List of Passers: June 2016 Nursing NLE Board Exam Results

The licensure examinations were administered by Board of Nursing headed by its Chairman, Marian Grace A. Gascon and its members Gloria B. Arcos, Carmelita C. Divinagracia, Carfredda P. Dumlao, Glenda S. Arquiza, Florence C. Cawaon and Cora A. Anonuevo on June 2016 at various testing centers around the country specifically …

Physician Licensure Exam Results 2012: Topnotchers and List of Physician Board Exam Passers

The Physician Licensure Exam Results of the February 2012 Physician Board Examinations was announced by the Philippines‘ Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Thursday, March 1, 2012. Reports say that 520 out of 990 examinees passed the Physician Licensure Exam held in the cities ofManila and Cebu. The top examinee in the 2012 Physician Exam isRonald Resuma Ceriales of Our Lady of FatimaUniversity in Valenzuela City. Ceriales garnered a score of 88.50 percent rating. Jon …

Close 6th round for Pacquiao, Clottey

The sixth round is close with both fighters having their moments. Lenny DeJesus, a 64-year-old multi-skilled ring craftsman, was disappointed that his ward Ghanaian Joshua Clottey, was readily beaten by the smaller, lighter Manny Pacquiao on Saturday. “Joshua had the power to knock him out, but he was reluctant to …

Marriage with expiration date, anyone?

The proposal of a women’s partylist group to prescribe expiration dates on marriage contracts has drawn mixed reactions from lawmakers, with at least one senator saying the proposal is a good starting point for discussing current social issues. “It’s a reflection of what is happening in our society,” Sen. Alan …

Pacquiao named Athlete of the Decade

Freddie Roach could meet a boxer for the first time, shake his hand, peer into his eyes, and see the future. In Manny Pacquiao, the renowned trainer saw the makings of a world champion, a glittering gem from an uncut, unpolished stone. But something else escaped Roach’s ring clairvoyance: A …

21 killed in political violence in southern Philippines (Roundup)

Manila – Twenty-one people, including journalists and human rights lawyers, were killed Monday in the southern Philippines in what appeared to be political killings, the military said. At least 20 more were unaccounted for and feared dead in what presidential aide Jesus Dureza described as a ‘gruesome massacre of civilians …