Fresh from being elected into the IOC’s Executive Board, a cast of 15 individuals – a president, four vice presidents and 10 board members – Jaworski just laughed it off.
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Bohol imposes absolute ban on entry of hogs, pork products from Leyte provinces
FUTURE GRANDMASTERS — These girls leaf through pamphlets explaining the rules of chess after receiving chess sets from Carigara, Leyte Vice Mayor Eduardo Ong Jr. In distributing 1,300 chess sets to children in 49 barangays of Cariaga, Ong said he was encouraging the youth to stay at home and play chess, and refrain from engaging in contact sports, which is still not allowed under the strict community quarantine.
World beginning to act on pollution
The Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP) came out last week with a recommendation to the government to support the electric vehicle sector in reaction to the spate of closures of car-manufacturing plants in the country.
Jury Duty: To Be Or Not To Be?
Filmmakers and critics weigh in on the pros and cons of being jury members at film festivals
Car Firms, Labor Urge Progressive Policy
CKD cannot survive sans CBU imports; safeguard measure won’t save industry
2020-2021 NBA Season - Clarkson, Jazz Rout Warriors
Nets hold off Heat; Curry passes Miiller; Lakers tame Bulls
Hope For A World Without Nuclear Weapons
A Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons took effect last Friday. It was originally adopted by 122 countries in the United Nations General Assembly in 2017. It took effect Friday, 90 days after it was signed by the 50th state.
Oral Drug Found Effective In Treating Covid-19
A major clinical trial shows that an inflammatory drug called colchicine is effective in treating COVID-19 and reduces the risk of complications from the disease, doctors in Canada said.
What 31 years of the Philippine Sports Commission mean to the country
Shunning fanfare for charity, the Philippine Sports Commission, on Jan. 24, 2020—30 years after the Eighth Congress created and established Republic Act No. 6847 known as the PSC Act.
WHO reports early failings on pandemic
With many countries beginning mass vaccinations against the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organiza-tion (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland, and many other organizations that found themselves in the middle of it all have started to take stock of that damage and the losses it has caused around the world.
First used this title for my December 26 column, and it looks like the situation has cleared up only to a small degree, while simultaneously also getting murkier.
Do the Olympics really need an audience?
With a $5.9 billion budget and a decade of planning behind it, the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo had been expected to draw 11,000 of the world’s elite athletes and more than 600,000 tourists when it starts in late July.
THE QUICK AND THE DEAD: FUTURE-PROOFING SECOPS
SAM CURRY, CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER, CYBEREASON, DISCUSSES HOW CYBER ADVERSARIES ARE EVOLVING THEIR METHODS AND WHAT IT WILL TAKE FOR ENTERPRISES TO FUTURE-PROOF THEIR STRATEGIES.
BUILDING THE ORDER BOOK
The orderbooks for LCA, LCH, HTT-40 and LUH are poised for robust growth at HAL, with the DPSU also getting ready to come up with a whole gamut of world-class products in the new decade, explains DHIRENDER JAMWAL
UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development
अपने कारोबारी मॉडल को नए सिरे से तैयार करेगी आईओसी : चेयरमैन
कारोबार : कंपनी पेट्रोरसायन कारोबार पर अधिक ध्यान देगी
Delhi Police arrest six for stealing ‘lakhs of litres' of aviation fuel from IOCL pipelines
POLICE RECOVER 1,100 LITRES OF STOLEN AVIATION FUEL
Oil PSUs to invest ₹60,000 cr in projects this year: Ministry
THE Union petroleum ministry on Monday said that state-run oil sector public enterprises like oil and gas explorer ONGC and marketing giant Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) will be investing a cumulative ₹3.57 lakh crore in total on various projects over the next few years. Of this, ₹60,000 crore is planned to be spent this fiscal year alone.
The world needs the Olympics, but what is their future?
Downsizing the Games while holding on to their status is a tough circle to square
A quick look at some of the infrastructure contracts awarded recently
It's Games Over!
News that the Olympics will not take place this year is devastating for athletes and a bitter blow for hosts Japan