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Resorts World Manila Incident - Death toll rises to 38

The death toll in the Resorts World Manila incident has risen to 38 including the gunman, according to NCRPO Chief Oscar Albayalde Friday evening. Albayalde said that 37 bodies were found at the hotel gain the body of the attacker.

The Metro Manila police chief said that they have not identified the gunman yet as no I.D. was found taking into account his body as well as revealed that the police along with had no "person of merger" yet as the car in front identified to member the gunman turned out to be the wrong vehicle.

However, he said investigators were unconditional that the assailant came into the hotel in a car as CCTV footage showed him coming from the second floor parking place. The lack of CCTV in the parking area, even if, was making it hard to pinpoint which car was used by the attacker, according to the metro police chief.

On the other hand, PNP Chief Dela Rosa said the incident was unlikely to be an act of terror; this despite international group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) reportedly claiming responsibility for the attack. SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors Jihadist threats, reported that ISIS claimed responsibility in the attack, quoting an "Islamic State Filipino operative."

Resorts World Manila Incident video footage:

Video AFP continues Airstrikes vs Maute Group in Marawi City

Video AFP continues Airstrikes vs Maute Group in Marawi City

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) continues airstrikes against the Maute terror group to regain control of parts of Marawi City.

Republic Act No. 10913 - Anti-Distracted Driving Law

Texting while driving banned under new law. Drivers of cars face a fine, or worse, revocation of their licenses, if they use navigation apps or send text messages while their vehicles are moving.

They should pull over when checking the map or smart-phone so as not to be penalized under the Anti-Distracted Driving Acts as defined below:

Republic Act No. 10913

Republic Act No. 10913 or the Anti-Distracted Driving Law, which takes effect on May 18, defines the distracted driving as the driver's use of mobile communication, electronic entertainment and computing devices or gadgets while the vehicle is in motion or stopped momentarily at a red light or an intersection.


  • Public and Private vehicles
  • Wheeled agricultural machinery
  • Construction equipment
  • Other forms of transportation, human-powered or pulled by an animal, operated or driven in public thoroughfares, highways or streets, such as bicycles, pedicabs, trolleys, habal-habal, kuliglig, wagons, carriages and carts.

Prohibited acts

  • Make or receive calls
  • Write, send, read text-based communications
  • Play games
  • Watch movies
  • Perform calculations
  • Read e-books
  • Composing message
  • Surfing or browsing the internet


  • Motorist using devices to make or take an emergency calls to authorities in case of crime, accidents, bomb or terrorist threat, fires or explosion, instances needing immediate medical attention or if personal safety and security is compromised. 

Allowed acts

  • Use of hands-free function and application as long as gadgets do not interfere with the driver's line of sight.
  • Use of navigational apps that should be set to the preferred destination before the driver's departure. Such gadgets should be installed in parts of a vehicle that will not obstruct driver's view. 


  •  P5,000 fine for the first offense
  • P10,000 fine for the second  offense
  • P15,000 fine with three months suspension of driver's license for the third offense
  • P20,000 and revocation of driver's license for violations beyond third offense.
The LTO, as the lead implementing agency, can deputize enforcers, the Land Transportation and Regulatory Board and the Philippine National Police.

For inner streets, traffic enforcers of local government units will be authorized to carry out arrests.

Lists of Richest Senators in the Philippines - SALN 2016

According to the latest statements of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALNs) 2016, Sen Cynthia Villar top as the richest senator. Villar's net worth is at P3.6 billion. Villar was held the title as the richest senator since she replaced her husband in the senate.

Second on list is Sen Manny Pacqiuao, who was the wealthiest congressman last year, who declared a net worth P3.072 billion or P600 million less than Villar's riches.

While Sen Antonio Trillanes IV is the last among the list, declared P6.5 million net worth. Trillanes declared total assets of P16.01 million but his liabilities that included housing and personal loans were P9.5 million.

Here are the full list of Senator's Net Worth:

1. Villar                      P3.60B
2. Pacquiao                   3.07B
3. Recto                      522.6M
4. Angara                    123.9M
5. Zubiri                    121.78M
6. Gatchalian                92.1M
7. Poe                           88.4M
8. Drilon                      82.4M
9. Ejercito                    79.1M
10. Gordon                   66.9M
11. Sotto                       63.8M
12. Binay                      60.4M
13. Legarda                  40.9M
14. Lacson                    38.7M
15. Aquino                   33.8M
16. Cayetano                24.1M
17. Villanueva              21.5M
18. Honasan                 21.2M
19. Pimentel                 17.7M
20. Hontiveros              16.3M
21. Pangilinan                 9.2M
22. De Lima                  6.61M
23. Escudero                 6.60M
24. Trillanes                    6.5M

That is the full list of latest statements of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALNs)of Philippine Senators.

Horrific Video Of The ISIS Burning of a Jordanian Pilot

Video Source: ClashDaily

Tribute Video to SAF members who died in Maguindanao

All we want is Justice for the 44 SAF members who died in Maguindanao...

This video is a copyright by the AIRFORCE.

Licensure Examination for Teachers - August 2014

After 51 working days, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) announces that 25,301 elementary teachers out of 70,786 examinees and 26,767 secondary teachers out of 77,803 examinees successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (L.E.T.) given last August 17, 2014 in Hong Kong and 24 testing centers all over the Philippines. It is further announced that of the 25,301 elementary teacher passers, 21,649 are first timers and 3,652 are repeaters. For the secondary teachers, 23,820 passers are first timers and 2,947 are repeaters.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on November 5, 2014. The requirements for the issuance of Certificate of Registration and Professional Identification Card (ID) are the following: 1) duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal; 2) latest Community Tax Certificate (Cedula); 3) 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag); 4) metered documentary stamp for the Oath Form; and 5) the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2014-2017. Successful examinees should PERSONALLY register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

 Source: PRC

Create An Announcement Widget for Blogger


Let us just say that you want to inform your visitors on some important announcements or even give a reminders for your visitors about a certain events or happening on your blog. There are many ways that you can make an announcement, either you will use the "HTML/Javascript Gadget" (one of the feature of blogger) and write down your announcement and place it anywhere you want in your blog.

But if you want a more fancy Announcement then this tutorial is what your looking for.

Announcement Widget Preview

This is the other way of making a nice fancy announcement widget for your blog.

Live Demo: Click Here


5 Steps that you need to follow:

1. Go to blogger "Dashboard"
2. Select "Layout"
3. Click "Add gadget"
4. Select "Javascript/HTML widget"

Paste this code:

#vbloggertemp {
right: 10px;
top: 10px;
width: 300px;
height: auto;
overflow: hidden;
background: #00b0b8;
border-radius: 10px;
border: 5px solid #111111;
z-index: 999999;
position: fixed;
-webkit-animation: fadeOutnotif 15s linear forwards;
-moz-animation: fadeOutnotif 15s linear forwards;
-o-animation: fadeOutnotif 15s linear forwards;
-ms-animation: fadeOutnotif 15s linear forwards;
animation: fadeOutnotif 15s linear forwards;
#vbloggertemp a {
#vbloggertemp span {
display: block;
padding: 15px 15px;
pointer-events: none;
text-align: left;
float: left;
#vbloggertemp span h2 {
font-size: 20px;
line-height: 21px;
color: #fff;
font-weight: normal;
letter-spacing: 0px;
@-webkit-keyframes fadeOutnotif {
0% { opacity: 1;}
10% { opacity: 1;}
90% { opacity: 1; -webkit-transform: translateY(0px);}
99% { opacity: 0; -webkit-transform: translateY(-30px);}
100% { opacity: 0;}
@-moz-keyframes fadeOutnotif {
0% { opacity: 1;}
10% { opacity: 1;}
90% { opacity: 1; -moz-transform: translateY(0px);}
99% { opacity: 0; -moz-transform: translateY(-30px);}
100% { opacity: 0;}
@-o-keyframes fadeOutnotif {
0% { opacity: 1;}
10% { opacity: 1;}
90% { opacity: 1; -moz-transform: translateY(0px);}
99% { opacity: 0; -moz-transform: translateY(-30px);}
100% { opacity: 0;}
@-ms-keyframes fadeOutnotif {
0% { opacity: 1;}
10% { opacity: 1;}
90% { opacity: 1; -moz-transform: translateY(0px);}
99% { opacity: 0; -moz-transform: translateY(-30px);}
100% { opacity: 0;}
@keyframes fadeOutnotif {
0% { opacity: 1;}
10% { opacity: 1;}
90% { opacity: 1; -moz-transform: translateY(0px);}
99% { opacity: 0; -moz-transform: translateY(-30px);}
100% { opacity: 0;}
<div id='vbloggertemp'>
<center><h2><b>< Announcement ></b></h2></center>
<div style="text-align: justify;"><span style='color: #FEF2BF;'>This is an Announcement widget:



<center><h2><b>< Announcement ></b></h2></center>

- Change < Announcement > in any title you want.

Body Text:

This is an Announcement widget:

- Change this portion of your own Announcement

5. Now Place the widget anywhere in your sidebar.

That's it. Go to your blog homepage and see your announcement widget.

Windows 10 - Live in Action [Video]

Windows 8 and 8.1

After Windows 8 and 8.1 came out, it gives us a world of touchscreen entertainment with apps from the Windows Store, and new ways to tap, swipe, and navigate seamlessly. Multitask with up to four separate apps at the same time on Windows tablets and PCs, so you can work and play at the same time. And OneDrive - free online storage that’s built into Windows 8.1 - means your files are always with you, from any of your PCs or devices.

An now here comes Windows 10.

Windows  10

What can we expect with Windows 10?

Firstly, there’s a new search icon next to the Start button on the taskbar, alongside what appears to be a button for the virtual desktops feature with a pane along the bottom of the Windows desktop that allows you to switch between virtualized desktop areas. Windows 8-style apps can also be seen floating on the desktop in several screenshots, with app commands for search, share, play, and settings available in context menus within the apps.

Watch Windows 10 Live in Action

Apple's 'iPhone 6, iPad, iWatch' launch

Release Date and Price

Apple has officially announced the released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be available for pre-order from this Friday, 12 September and will go on sale a week later, on Friday 19 September in countries around the world. The iPhone 6 with 16GB will cost £539, converting from dollars (the UK price is yet to be confirmed). For the 16GB iPhone 6 Plus it will be £619.

iPhone 6 display 

The iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch LED back-lit display with a 1334 x 750 resolution - it's Apple's new "Retina HD" offering. That means you get a pixel density of 326ppi - the same as the iPhone 5S. It also pales in comparison to the iPhone 6 Plus, with a full HD, 1920 x 1080 5.5-inch screen with a 401ppi display.

Apple's 'iPhone 6, iPad, iWatch' launch - Watch Video

PBB All Big Winner Daniel Matsunaga

The Brazilian-Japanese model-actor Daniel Matsunaga emerged as the big winner in the finale of "Pinoy Big Brother All In” on Sunday, August 24.


Prizes Won

His victory made Daniel a millionaire. His prize package consists of P1-million cash, a business franchise, a condominium unit an Asian tour.