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Manila, Philippines – The Intercessors for the Philippines Inc. (IFP) will hold the National Youth Prophetic Conference at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City from October 31 to November 2 with Sadhu Sundar Selvaraj, Vincent Selvakumar, Alwin Thomas, and Joe Sweet as speakers. They invited the youth from 15 to 29-years-old, accompanied by their senior […]

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Manila, Philippines – The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Vietnam President Truong Tang is scheduled to visit the Philippines later this month. According to the DFA, an Action Plan for 2011-2016 is expected to be approved and launched during Tang’s visit to drive the 11 areas of cooperation reviewed by senior officials of both […]

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Miss Congeniality

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Manila, Philippines – The Philippines’ candidate to the Princess of the World Competition bagged the Miss Congeniality title at the beauty pageant’s Gala Presentation at the Top Hotel Praha in Czech Republic recently. Diana Sunshine Rademann was voted to the title by her co-competitors during the pre-pageant night and by a group of judges during […]

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Manila, Philippines – Agriculture Secretary Proceso J. Alcala leads the observance of the 2011 World Food Day (WFD) today with singer and actress Lea Salonga as special guest. Alcala said the Department of Agriculture (DA) has partnered with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) in observing World Food Day in […]

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Manila, Philippines – Agriculture Secretary Proceso J. Alcala is keen on the idea of creating a Department of Fisheries, saying that archipelagic nations actually have ministries of fisheries and other countries concerned with protecting pelagic fishes have also strengthened offices charged with managing marine resources. Lawyer Rodolfo Paz, general manager of the Philippine Fisheries Development […]

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By BEN R. ROSARIO Manila, Philippines – The cancellation of foreign-funded flood control projects in Central and Southern Luzon has been blamed as one of the reasons for the devastating floods caused by typhoons “Pedring” and “Quiel.” House Senior Deputy Minority Leader Danilo E. Suarez said the House of Representatives should investigate the circumstances and […]

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