Malawakang ‘reshuffle’, ikinasa ni PNP Chief Dela Rosa

Good for the Change to come in Philippine Law Enforcement Agency



by Gilbert Perdez

IKINASA na ni PNP Chief Dir. Gen. Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa ang malawakang reshuffle sa hanay ng pambansang pulisya.

Ang pagkakatalaga sa mga bagong opisyal ng PNP ay epektibo ngayong araw, Hulyo 1.

Ang mga bagong luklok na PNP officials ay ang mga sumusunod:

· PDDG Francisco A Uyami – The Acting Deputy Chief for Administration;
· PDir Benjamin B Magalong – Officer-in-Charge, The Deputy Chief for Operations;
· PCSupt Ramon C Apolinario – Officer-in-Charge, The Chief for Directorial Staff;
· PCSupt Fernando H Mendez Jr. – The Acting Director, Directorate for Personnel and Records Management;
· PCSupt Nestor F Quinsay – Officer-in-Charge, Directorate for Intelligence;
· PCSupt Camilo Pancratius P Cascolan – The Acting Director, Directorate for Operations;
· PCSupt Maria Victor DF Ramos – The Acting Director, Directorate for Logistics;
· PCSupt Archie Francisco F Gamboa – The Acting Director, Directorate for Comptrollership;
· PCSupt…

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Welcome Respite for the Philippines…


DISCLOSURE: Please refer to the website of the U.S. Embassy in Manila for official statement on this issue.



Washington, D.C. – The State Department today announced a life-changing new policy for Filipinos. Visas will no longer be required to travel to the United States. The policy to take the Philippines off the list of countries whose citizens are required to obtain visas for travel to the U.S. is effective immediately.

The new policy comes on the heels of a recent survey showing that an overwhelming majority of Filipinos have a favorable view of the United States. The Philippines ranked first in a global survey on the image of the United States worldwide, beating even the U.S. itself when it comes to a favorable view on the American people.

According to the 2013 Global Attitudes Project of the Pew Research Center in Washington DC, the Philippines got an 85…

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A Christmas ReUnion…

Source: A Christmas ReUnion…

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Dean Meminger, Former Knicks Player, Found Dead At Manhattan Hotel

CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Dean “The Dream” Meminger, who played a key role on the Knicks’ 1973 NBA championship team, was found dead Friday in a Harlem hotel room. He was 65.

Staff at the Hamilton Heights Hotel found Meminger just before noon Friday unconscious and unresponsive inside a room, and emergency medical personnel pronounced him dead, police said. There were no signs of trauma, and the cause of death has not been determined, said police, who are still investigating.

The New York Post, citing anonymous sources, reported that Meminger might have died of a drug overdose. He was found with “white stuff oozing out of his nose,” a source told the newspaper. Meminger was wearing his championship ring when his body was discovered.

“We want to thank everyone for their prayers and condolences during this difficult time for our family,” Meminger’s family said in a statement. “Dean ‘The Dream’ Meminger…

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Teti: World Peace Adds Depth, Experience To Knicks’ Roster

The Eastern Conference becomes more exciting in the coming season.The NY Knicks becomes stronger defensively with the addition of MWP but may still fall behing Brooklyn Nets in depth. Other teams that have the ability to contend and are in the running to dethrone the Heat are the Chicago Bulls and the Indiana Pacers…However the Big 3 of Miami Heat are still capable of spoiling all the championship bids of all contenders …

CBS New York

By Ian Teti
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In a relatively quiet offseason, the Knicks caught a lucky break and were able to sign Metta World Peace to a two-year deal.

Before we look into why this pickup was great and highly necessary, let’s finally rid World Peace of his “problem status.”

It’s been ages since the infamous Palace brawl. World Peace paid his price for breaking the league rules and it’s time that we all got over it. There has been no instance in an NBA game that compares to that since, and there are no signs of it happening again, especially out of World Peace.

His attitude will not be a major problem.

The James Harden elbow to the head, whether it was intentional or not, was a bad move by the former Defensive Player of the Year, I admit. But how many elbows do we see a night…

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What’s in a Water Fall?

Philippine Island’s version of Niagara Falls


Waterfalls are everywhere and they give a certain place a name and huge potential for tourism revenue. All what’s in there is just a huge body of water flowing rapidly, dropping in elevation as it goes and flows over a steep cliff or area of land. I am featuring in my blog photos contributed by a friend about one beautiful water falls she recently enjoyed to see. For sure I would love to see this spectacular place  too  in the near future. For those of you who want to go deeper into Philippine territory, you might want to feel and experience  the beauty of Tinuy-an Falls, one of the best, if not the best, but lesser known waterfalls of the country – located  in Brgy. Burboanan, Bislig City, Surigao del Sur.That’s in Mindanao, Philippines. Bislig is 158 kms south of Butuan and 152 kms south of Tandag City – the capital…

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