[WATCH] Trending Dance Video with a Twist

[WATCH] Trending Dance Video with a Twist Ano nga ba ang twist sa dance video na ito? Alamin.   Trending ngayon sa social media ang dance video ng dalawang lalaki sa hit song na “Dura.”

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‘Picstagram’ – Proudly Pinoy made na pwedeng pantapat sa Facebook

Isang Filipino programmer at entrepreneur sa Dubai ang may panghamon sa social media networking site na Facebook sa kaniyang nabuong Picstagram site. Hango ito sa salitang picture at telegram na ani Louie Romero, 41-years old at tubong Maynila, ay simpleng sistema na pagpapadala ng customized pictures tulad ng messaging app na Telegram. Nagawa daw niya ito dahil sa kakaibang hilig ng mga Pinoy sa social media na pwede naman daw nilang pagkakitaan. “Para po ang mga Filipino na mahilig mag social networking, na pwede silang maglaro ng games and they…

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Paano ba protektahan ang iyong sarili mula sa leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is a common sickness during the rainy season. The disease is caused by the Leptospira bacteria found in rat urine. While people rarely get infected, the chances of the bacteria invading your system are significantly higher during the rainy season. In a recent episode of the GMA News TV talk show “Tonight with Arnold Clavio,” GMA anchor Arnold Clavio interviewed Dr. Ferdie de Guzman of San Lazaro Hospital about how ordinary citizens can protect themselves and their families from contracting leptospirosis, which he says is an urban problem. “Nasa…

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Newly-appointed COMELEC Commissioner to steer 2019 elections

Newly-appointed Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Marlon Casquejo will be heading the Steering Committee for next year’s midterm elections. This was announced by Comelec Chairman Sheriff Abas who led Casquejo’s oath taking ceremony as the newest member of the poll body on Wednesday. “We will immediately put him to test by appointing him as head of the Steering Committee for the 2019 elections. And when I offered it to Commissioner Casquejo, no hesitation, no complaints. He said ‘Yes, Sir’. That is the real mindset of a field official,” he said.…

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Palace backs DepEd stance against drug testing of grade school students

Malacañang on Monday, rallied behind the position of the Department of Education (DepEd) to oppose the drug testing of grade school students as proposed by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA). In a press briefing held here in Limketkai Atrium, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, Jr. said the Palace will acquiesce to the decision of DepEd regarding the issue. “We concur with Secretary Briones that the Dangerous Drug Act limits possible drug testing to high school and not to grade school students,” Roque said. “Nagsalita na po si Sec. [Leonor] Briones.…

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President Duterte visits wounded soldiers in Cagayan de Oro City

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte personally checked the condition of several wounded soldiers currently confined at Camp Evangelista Station Hospital inside the Infantry Division headquarters here on Monday, June 25. During the hospital visit, President Duterte conferred medals of the Order of Lapu-Lapu with the Rank of Kampilan to the injured soldiers in honor of their courage, bravery, and sacrifice in the service of the country. The Order of Lapu-Lapu, Rank of Kampilan is awarded by the President to officials and personnel of the government and private individuals who were seriously…

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PRRD lauds real estate developers for contributing to Davao Region’s socio-economic development

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte praised real estate developers on Tuesday, June 26, for their valuable contribution to Davao region’s socio-economic development. “I thank our real estate developers for their valuable contribution to the Davao region’s socio-economic development through the promotion of local tourism that has generated employment and opened opportunities for many locals in the city,” President Duterte said during the grand opening of Madeline Boutique Hotel and Suites (MBHS) here. Duterte commended the Dizon Group of Companies, the developer of the newly-built hotel, for not only providing the people…

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Pres. Duterte upset over SWS survey results; warns incompetent local execs

President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed frustration that around 1.5 million families fell victim to common crimes in the first quarter of 2018 based on the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey. “If this is the case, I’m worthless, I’ll ask you to join me, we better resign altogether,” Duterte said in his speech during the oath taking of Region 9 barangay captains in Molave, Zamboanga del Sur. According to the March 23-27 SWS survey, at least 6.6 percent of Filipinos fell victim to robbery or pickpocket, break-ins, carnapping and physical…

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