World  /  Published 11.05.22

Judge me by actions: Marcos Jr

The son of the disgraced late Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos vowed on Tuesday to work for all people after his stunning election victory, and told the world to judge him by his presidency, not ...
By Reuters in Manila

World  /  Published 10.05.22

Back to Marcos era

The Philippines woke to a new but familiar political dawn on Tuesday, after an election triumph by Ferdinand Marcos Jr paved the way for a once unimaginable return to the country's highest office ...
By Reuters in Manila

World  /  Published 08.05.22

Polls: Philippines on high alert

The Philippine police and military said on Sunday they were on high alert as last-minute preparations continued for the country's general election, even as the overall situation remained "rel...
By Reuters

World  /  Published 09.02.22

Jaishankar to visit Australia, Philippines

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will begin a six-day visit to Australia and the Philippines beginning Thursday. His visit to Australia from February 10 to 13 will be his first trip to that cou...
By Our Bureau, PTI in New Delhi

Culture  /  Published 30.01.22

This Month

The Philippines passed a law prohibiting child marriage despite disapproval of Filipino Muslims. One in every six Filipino girls gets married before reaching their 18th year. Last year, when the bill ...
By Team Graphic


India  /  Published 29.01.22

BrahMos missile export to Philippines

The Philippines on Friday inked a deal with BrahMos Aerospace Pvt Ltd for supply of the shore-based anti-ship variant of the BrahMos supersonic missile system — India’s first significant d...
By Imran Ahmed Siddiqui in New Delhi

World  /  Published 22.12.21

Typhoon-hit areas plead for food

Philippine officials and residents of areas that bore the brunt of Typhoon Rai pleaded for food, water, and shelter on Tuesday as damaged roads, flooding, and severed power and communication lines hit...
By Reuters in Manila

World  /  Published 19.12.21

Philippine storm toll 31

The feared death toll from a typhoon that battered the Philippines has risen to 31, officials said on Saturday, nearly triple the previous day’s number as rescue teams reach damaged areas and co...
By Reuters in Manila

News  /  Published 02.12.21

Filipino carpenter stuck in Kolkata hospital

A Filipino national headed to Riyadh to join work as a carpenter who had started vomiting blood on-board a plane that made an emergency landing at Kolkata airport, is admitted to a private hospital in...
By Snehal Sengupta in New Town

World  /  Published 18.11.21

Scribe unsure about Nobel event

One month since she was named the first Filipino to win the Nobel Peace Prize, journalist Maria Ressa says much still remains uncertain about her life. Will her battle against a libel suit in the Phi...
By AP/PTI in Cambridge, Massachusetts


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