MANILA, Philippine: Seventeen people, including a Kenyan, died when a passenger bus careered off a road on a «killer curve» and plunged down a mountain in the central Philippines, officials said Wednesday.
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A RESOLUTION calling on the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to suspend the operations of embattled Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI) was adopted Tuesday evening by the House Committee on Legislative Franchises based on allegations that the media entity exceeded the privileges of its franchise.
KOLKATA: Karachi resident Jaweria Khanum’s cross-border love story is different from that of Anju, who abandoned her Indian husband and children to marry Pakistani Nasrullah, and Seema Haider, who entered India secretly to marry Sachin Meena.Jaweria's visa application was rejected twice. Third time lucky, Jaweria has been granted a 45-day visa and hopes the Indian government will extend it after the marriage.Although an arranged marriage, it was love at first sight for Sameer.
HYDERABAD: Congress party’s six guarantees and welfare schemes may have helped it to the winning podium, but the party is likely to run into several hurdles in fulfilling the poll-eve promises. While some schemes can wait, some promises however need a quick rollout with no time left. Both Congressand BRS competed with each other by announcing various sops to people.
MANILA, Philippines — Philippine tourism was experiencing a good ride and gaining more momentum when the COVID-19 pandemic happened, and travel, just like everything else, came to an abrupt halt.
MANILA, Philippines — The Funny Lion is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated opening of its newest property in the heart of paradise, Puerto Princesa, Palawan on December 20.
MANILA, Philippines — The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) issued a 90-day suspension against Ceres bus company after one of its units fell into a ravine in Hamtic, Antique last Tuesday.