SINABI ni Communications Sec. Martin Andanar na nakikipagugnayan na sila sa National Housing Authority (NHA) para tulungan magkaroon ng sariling mga bahay ang mga kagawad ng media.

Ginawa ni Andanar ang pahayag sa nakaraang inagurasyon ng tanggapan ng Presidential Task Force on Media Security (PTFOMS) sa 2nd floor, West Wing, William J. Shaw Building, San Rafael, Malacañang Complex, San Miguel, Manila.

Si Andanar ay co-chairman din ng PTFOMS kasama ni Justice Sec. Vitaliano Aguirre.

Sinabi ni Sec. Andanar na ang pagtatatag ng PTFOMS na pinamumunuan ni Executive Director Usec. Joel Egco ay patunay lamang sa hangarin ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte na mabigyang proteksyon ang mga mamamahayag sa bansa.

Kasabay nito, inianunsyo ni Andanar ang programang pabahay para sa mga mamahayag.

Nakipag-ugnayan na raw ang kanyang kanyang tanggapan sa National Housing Authority (NHA) para sa nasabing programa.

Alam daw nila ang sitwasyon ng maraming mamamahayag na wala pang sariling bahay at nagbubuwis ng buhay sa kanilang trabaho.

Maliban sa pabahay, inaayos na rin daw ng Presidential Communications Operations Office ang kasunduan sa iba’t ibang mga pagamutan sa buong bansa para sa medical assistance sa mga mamahayag.

Read more: NHA tutulong sa housing program ng mga reporter

One lab program to be showcased in DOST Region 9 expo

 

 

The ‘one lab’ program will be among those technologies and programs to be promoted during the celebration of the 2017 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) Regional Invention Contest and Exhibit (RICE) tomorrow at the Palacio del Sur, Marcial Garden Hotel in Zamboanga City.

 

‘One lab’ facilitates customers, enterprises and industries access to specific DOST lab services anywhere in the country.

 

Another is the Community Empowerment thru Science and Technology-Upscaling for Progress (CEST-UP), an assistance program to the poorest communities in the country through S&T.

 

Other programs to be featured are ‘One Expert,’  an online…

Read more: One lab program to be showcased in DOST Region 9 expo

HAVING extramarital affairs could land you in jail.

That was what an Egyptian woman living in Dubai found out after she was recently jailed and deported after having an extramarital affair with a Palestinian.

The authorities discovered the affair after the woman, who recently gave birth to a stillborn child in a local hospital, failed to provide a marriage certificate to verify the father’s identity.  

The Palestinian, who apparently abandoned the woman after she got pregnant last year, was later apprehended by Dubai police and charged with having consensual sex without being married along with the woman.

The woman later claimed that she and the man were married according to customs in her country and that he paid for her medical checkups, but failed to provide documents to substantiate her claims.

The Palestinian, meanwhile, argued that he did not have sex with the woman and that she had fabricated the allegations to cover up for her flatmate, who was the person with whom she had unmarried sex and got pregnant.

The Dubai court sentenced the couple to a month in jail, followed by deportation.

Read more: Extramarital affair sends woman behind bars in Dubai

Asean textile exhibit at SMX

 

The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), with support from the ASEAN Foundation, will hold an exhibit featuring ASEAN regional textiles on November 7 to 8, 2017 at the SMX Convention Center Aura.

The textile exhibit draws attention to the numerous textile industries that thrive in the ASEAN region, from the Philippines, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, and Malaysia, to Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar.

Emphasis is laid on handwoven fabrics, natural dyes, and naturally dyed products that are being used by people all over the Southeast Asian region, exhibiting each country’s rich heritage, character, and culture.

 

Admission is free. For more information, e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and follow TELA Pilipinas on Facebook for updates.…

Read more: Asean textile exhibit at SMX

THE Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in the Philippines has announced that Filipinos who wish to visit Taiwan beginning November 1, 2017 can now go there without the need for a visa.

The visa free entry to Taiwan will last up to July 31, 2018, after which the office will review whether to continue the process or not. 

Dr. Gary Song-Huann Lin, Taiwan Representative to the Philippines, expressed hope that the historical visa-free initiative would attract more Filipinos to visit Taiwan, noting such privilege to “build strong bilateral relations and a closer living economic community” between the Philippines and Taiwan.



“Through these efforts, we will surely enhance our bilateral tourism, economic, cultural, educational and other areas of cooperation and exchanges which will eventually bring closer cooperation between Manila and Taipei” he said. 

Meanwhile, Passengers who enter Taiwan before Nov. 1 with valid Travel Authorization Certificate (TAC) may still continue to stay for up to 30 days. #

Read more: Visiting Taiwan is now visa-free

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