TUTOK LASALYANO WEEKENDER EDITION: MARCH 18

DLSU-D supports Earth Hour since 2011  Since 2011, the De La Salle University - Dasmariñas (DLSU-D) has been actively supporting Earth Hour, a global  initiative to turn off lights for one hour from 8:30-9:30 PM "in an effort to draw attention to the impact of climate change in the world." Tonight, the University will join this … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO WEEKENDER EDITION: MARCH 18

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TUTOK LASALYANO WEEKENDER HEADLINES – MARCH 18, 2016

In the headlines of Tutok Lasalyano... DLSU-D supports Earth Hour since 2011 Since 2011, the De La Salle University - Dasmariñas has been actively supporting Earth Hour, a global  initiative to turn off lights for one hour from 8:30-9:30 PM "in an effort to draw attention to the impact of climate change in the world." DepEd … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO WEEKENDER HEADLINES – MARCH 18, 2016

TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – MARCH 17, 2016

In the headlines of Tutok Lasalyano... US student faces 15 years hard labor in North Korea The North Korea Supreme Court sentenced an American student of 15 years hard labor for stealing a propaganda material on Wednesday, March 16.   China constructs tsunami alert center on Spratly islands China recently started the initial operation of … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – MARCH 17, 2016

TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – MARCH 16, 2016

In the headlines of Tutok Lasalyano... 14 bodies found among 21 missing miners from Venezuela massacre  Atleast 14 bodies were found presumed to be among 21 miners who went missing over a week ago after a massacre near a gold mine in Venezuela’s violent southern jungle. Manny Pacquiao will run for senator amid fight against Bradley  … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – MARCH 16, 2016

Tutok Lasalyano: March 15 Edition

Three dead, two wounded in Cavite City shooting incident  Three men were killed while two others were wounded in a shooting incident in Cavite City on Saturday, March 12. The victims were identified as Barry Barzaga and Carvin Enriquez who were standing at the corner of Yagit street and Felipe Boulevard in Barangay Caridad when … Continue reading Tutok Lasalyano: March 15 Edition

TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – MARCH 14, 2016

In the headlines of Tutok Lasalyano... Proposed law on exact change for customers approved  The bicameral conference committee on the proposed Exact Change bill approved the measure that "makes it unlawful for business establishments to shortchange a consumer, even if such change is only a small amount." Lawmakers warns chaos if Comelec prints vote receipt  Capiz Rep. … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – MARCH 14, 2016

TUTOK LASALYANO: FEBRUARY 11 EDITION

PH swimmers wins gold medal in Japan joust The Philippine Swimming League (PSL) won a total of 26 medals which was highlighted by the record-breaking feats of Marc Bryan Dula and Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh at the 2016 Tokyo Winter Swimming Championship held at the St. Mary’s International School in Tokyo, Japan. Dula, a grade school … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO: FEBRUARY 11 EDITION

TUTOK LASALYANO: FEBRUARY 10 EDITION

Bike Lanes for Highways Pwersa ng Bayaning Atleta (PBA) party-list request the Congress to strengthen a law to provide a“Right of Way” for bicycle riders and other non-motorized transport system with the 1.5 to 2 meters of the right side of all roads at Highways except the toll-regulated expressway. According to PBA Spokesman Jericho Nograles, … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO: FEBRUARY 10 EDITION

TUTOK LASALYANO: FEBRUARY 9 EDITION

‘No elections’ on selected areas – Comelec Commission on Elections (Comelec) admits possibility of ‘no elections’ on some areas in the Philippines on May 9, should the source code problems for the automated elections cannot be resolved. In a press conference, Comelec Commissioner Christian Robert Lim says three parts are still needed to be fixed … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO: FEBRUARY 9 EDITION

TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – FEBRUARY 9, 2016

In the headlines of Tutok Lasalyano… ‘No elections’ on selected areas – Comelec Commission on Elections (Comelec) admits possibility of ‘no elections’ on some areas in the Philippines on May 9, should the source code problems for the automated elections cannot be resolved. Philippines’ hybrid rice farming up in Malaysia As the country’s ASEAN neighbor, … Continue reading TUTOK LASALYANO HEADLINES – FEBRUARY 9, 2016