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Diversity and inclusivity in higher education

By JESUS JAY MIRANDA JR. OP April 28, 2019 JESUS JAY MIRANDA, OP The yearly conference of the Asia Pacific Association of Internationalization of Education (APAIE) was held last month in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with the theme “Diversity and Inclusivity of Higher Education in the Asia Pacific.” With more than …

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Enrile calls for probe on power outages

By JAVIER J. ISMAEL April 28, 2019 AMID the threat of power outages and power rate increases, former Senate president and Puwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP) Senate candidate Juan Ponce Enrile stressed the need to revisit the Electric Power Industry Reform (Epira) Act. Enrile, who continued the Northern leg of …

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Imee Marcos seeks mechanism for automatic IRA release

By JAIME PILAPIL, TMT April 28, 2019 ILOCOS Norte Gov. Maria Imelda Josefa “Imee” Marcos called on the Executive Department to immediately craft a mechanism that will expedite the unconditional and automatic release of the 40 percent share of national taxes of local government units (LGUSs) effective next year. Imee …

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Canada captures double gold at senior curling worlds

Curling Canada’s women and men are bringing home gold medals from the senior world curling championships in Stavanger, Norway, while Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant are battling Scotland in the mixed doubles final. Anita Silveragle, right, celebrates a 10-1 rout of Denmark on Saturday with Brenda Goertzen to make it …

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