Manila

BrahMos deal with Philippines bilateral; will not be impacted by sanctions on Russia: Indian envoy

BrahMos Aerospace, an India-Russian joint venture, produces supersonic cruise missiles that can be launched from submarines, ships, aircraft, or land platforms.

published on : 6th April 2022

Class reopening brings cheer to school bus drivers

While many school authorities have started reaching out to their bus drivers and taking steps to resume the service for the transportation, many drivers are still awaiting to resume work.

published on : 22nd February 2022

WHO says it's probing alleged racism, abuse by top director

The WHO staffers who first reported the claims of abuse said they have not been informed of any investigation.

published on : 31st January 2022

When rowdies become presidents

Classic street language used by rowdies. But these sentences were used by the President of a country. And in public.

published on : 14th November 2021

China hopes quadrilateral ASEAN meet not directed against it

Skirting any direct response to the first quadrilateral meeting of India, US, Japan and Australia, China today questioned its exclusion from the group.

published on : 13th November 2017

Philippine President Duterte sure Trump will not bring up human rights at Manila ASEAN Summit

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Sunday he was "sure" Donald Trump would not raise human rights concerns when they meet in Manila, after the US President praised his deadly drug war.

published on : 12th November 2017

Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend returns to US from Philippines: Manila

The girlfriend of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock returned to the US on Wednesday from the Philippines, as authorities in Manila said they were looking into reports.

published on : 4th October 2017

How journalists are being silenced across the world for challenging the powerful

According to 'Committee to Protect Journalists' an independent, nonprofit organisation that promotes press freedom worldwide said that 48 journalists have been killed in 2016 alone in the world.

published on : 7th September 2017

Philippine drug war: Police kill 25 more after Duterte's death call

Police have killed more than 3,500 people in drug raids since Duterte came to office in the middle of last year, according to government data.

published on : 17th August 2017