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EDITORIAL| No rest for the weary

WHILE THE predominantly Catholic country is on a long holiday, President Rodrigo Duterte was in the Middle East meeting with the overseas contract workers in three countries

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Juvenile hooligans

Police covert operatives to counter youth gangs UNDER FIRE in social media for the alleged unabated gang riots, Davao City Police Office (DCPO) director Alexander Tagum has vowed to strengthen their covert operatives to counter juvenile


TIMESMAN| Salute to the graduates!

THIS CORNER would like to give a double salute to Batch ’16-’17 graduates of the Ateneo de Davao Junior High School Unit for having the most number of honored students the school has ever had.

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ROUGH CUTS| Impudent language from the Speaker

DUTERTE can’t appoint village execs, according to Partylist Rep. Sherwin Tunga. Yes, we agree 100%. That is, for now.

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EDITORIAL| Keeping quiet

THE GREAT Mahatma Gandhi once said: “An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.”

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TIMESMAN| Age doesn’t matter (Only the carabao retires)

THAT OLD piece of popular wisdom, which is the title of this article, is an acceptable fact to many but not to some.

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TODAY is Sunday, the 26th of March. It is also the last Sunday of the month and the 4th Sunday of the Season of Lent.

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EGALITARIAN| Some Details in Federalization

AGAIN, and let this be stated very clearly, the Philippine Federalism process is never a quick transformation. Spain even just started to shift from a unitary government

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EDITORIAL| Gag the hawks

OVER the weekend, the government and the communist rebels announced in their joint statement that they are proceeding with their peace negotiations

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Reshuffling at the city police

AS A RANKING police officer linked in the Davao Death Squad (DDS) was transferred to the office of Police Director General Ronald dela Rosa,

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