Remembering Benigno 'Ninoy' Aquino Jr.
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Aquino uncles
back Binay

The uncles of President Benigno Aquino III are rooting for Vice President Jejomar Binay for President in 2016, Radyo Inquirer 990AM reported on Thursday.

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CHARTER CHANGE TO BE TACKLED TOO

Aquino 2nd term
up in LP meeting

Senate President Franklin Drilon on Thursday confirmed that he had endorsed a meeting among Liberal Party (LP) members to discuss the issue of Charter change.

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Sharon Cuneta’s
midlife crisis

Actress Sharon Cuneta reached out to her fans on social media and revealed that she had gone through a midlife crisis.

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UN EXEC SAYS

PH may fall short
of MDG targets

The Philippines is likely to achieve only about 60 percent of the 35 Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) before the 2015 deadline, a United Nations Development Program (UNDP) representative said during the release of the 2014 MDG Progress Report.

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Ice bucket dare
pioneer dies

One of the co-pioneers of the viral fundraiser “Ice Bucket Challenge” died last weekend at age 27 in a diving accident.

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Aquino gets draft
of Bangsamoro law

The draft of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law has been presented to President Benigno Aquino III on Wednesday night.

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ON HIS RETURN TO PH

What Ninoy Aquino
would have said

What would then Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. have said to the Filipino people on Aug. 21, 1983, the day he arrived in the country after a three-year stay in the US? Below is the late senator’s undelivered speech in English and Filipino as released by Malacañang on his 31st death anniversary.

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COMMENTARIES

  • Ma. Francesca Santiago The blame game

    I am a kid who is wrapped up in typical teenager things, and as such, I am not fond of keeping with the trends in politics. To be frank, I see politics as not a race or competition, as most people do, …

  • Randy David Ninoy Aquino’s assassination

    If Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. had not been murdered, he would have become, sooner or later, the president of the Philippines. He was only 50 on the day he was killed, Aug. 21, 1983, just minutes a …

  • Conrado de Quiros Walk far, wear ‘tsinelas’

    Has it been two years already? My, but time really flies. …

  • Peter Wallace Zero-based bureaucracy

    Zero-based budgeting makes great sense, and has been successful. The old days of just adding and adding without thinking are gone (and the corruption-prone system of reenacting budgets has been abolis …

  • Dolly Anne Carvajal If Ninoy were in government now

    On Thursday is the 31st death anniversary of former Sen. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. His assassination pumped life back to democracy in the country. …

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