In the headlines on Tutok Lasalyano . . .
‘Strongest’ Typhoon to enter PAR tomorrow
The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has advised its regional offices to go on standby for Typhoon Soudelor, which is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) early tomorrow, August 5.
Possible LRT Fare hike to take effect on September
Light Rail Manila consortium led by Metro Pacific Investments Corporation and Ayala Corporation is now in talks with the government regarding a possible fare hike on LRT 1 this September.
NBI seizes shops selling Photocopied textbooks in Baguio
The agents from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) confiscated photocopying machines that were used illegally for reproducing textbook copies, in two shops at Bonifacio Street in Baguio City.
Filipina invents lamp that runs without electricity
A Sustainable Alternative Lighting (SALt) lamp was invented by Aisa Mijeno, a Filipina scientist. The lamp doesn’t need electricity, battery and kerosene in order to light. Instead it runs on saltwater.
Frisbee is now an Olympic Sports
International Olympic Committee (IOC) officially recognized the sport of flying disc, commonly known as “Frisbee,” as an Olympic sport by including it in the Games’ program in the future. After meeting all the criteria, World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) was acknowledged during the 128th IOC Session in the Malaysian capital. WFDF now holds major championships in several events including Ultimate Frisbee, Beach Ultimate and field events.
All these and more on Tutok Lasalyano, tomorrow, August 5, at 2:00 PM anchored by Denzel Almanzor and Jasmine Gonzales. Only here at 95.9 Green FM!