Thousands attend 50th Jalsa Salana opening in UK

first_imgBy Devina SamarooThe message of peace and unity resonated throughout a gargantuan tented village at the opening of the 50th Jalsa Salana (annual convention) held at East Worldham in Hampshire, England on Friday.An auspicious flag raising ceremony lead by His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the world leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, marked the opening of the three-day event which is dedicated to promoting the message of Islam.Decked in their finest traditional attire, thousands flocked the venue to share in the grand experience and celebrate the growth of their community.His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, who delivered the key address at the opening ceremony, encouraged all individuals to live a life characterised by bounteousness and in accordance to the teachings of the Holy Quran.The head Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad then underscored the need to abstain from falsehoods and all other elements that contradict the message of Islam.Furthermore, he remarked that while the observance of the 50th convention is quite an achievement, the purpose of the event remains the same: to encourage mutual harmony and camaraderie among each other, despite differences.His Holiness will also be delivering addresses today and Sunday.Day two of the activities will also feature other speeches from key dignitaries from around the world, who will continue to spread theA section of the crowd at the opening of the 50th Jalsa Salanamessage of peace and speak out against extremism.Speaking with Guyana Times during the opening ceremony was the Deputy Head of the Jama’at in the United Kingdom, Akram Ahmedi, who expressed concerns about some of the challenges facing the religion globally.“One of the difficult aspect is that of terrorism. It’s not just against the general population of Europe but also what’s going on in the Middle East and elsewhere as well. This is a great challenge we have to overcome together as human beings. To do that, we promote peace conferences. His holiness, our spiritual leader gives almost on weekly basis, his speeches of how to bring peace on earth,” he stated, noting that the world is going through great turmoil.In this regard, his message to the world is to return to their creator and reach out to humanity: “We cannot have one without the other. To worship God is to help mankind as well; they go hand in hand and that is what the message will be for us and around the world,” he expressed.Meanwhile, the convention showcased many booths of crafts, literature, clothing, and food from many cultures worldwide.Also, on display were many of the humanitarian projects being spearheaded by charity entities and non-governmental organisation that are working in collaboration with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to reach out to the less fortunate.This unique event is the largest of its kind in all Western Europe, bringing together thousands of participants from all over the world every year to promote the message of peace and unity.This annual gathering of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community was initiated by Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, founder of the community who claimed to be the Promised Messiah.The general sect of Islam considers the Ahmadiyya adherents (Ahmadis) apostates because they believe that there is another prophet who came after the final law bearing Prophet Muhammad.The Ahmadiyya community believes that Prophet Muhammad is indeed the final law bearing prophet but that another prophet came as a follower prophet, serving the same law of Prophet Muhammad in accordance to the fulfilment of the prophecy of Prophet Muhammad as Mahdi and Messiah.last_img read more

Donegal man remanded after being found with gun in hotel

first_imgA 31-year-old man Lifford man has been refused bail after appearing in court charged with a firearm offence following an incident at a bar in Claudy at the weekend.Leon Kelly, of Beechwood Drive, appeared at Derry Magistrates’ Court today. The BBC has reported that police had responded to an “ongoing disturbance” at the Beaufort House Hotel at about 10pm on Saturday.It was alleged that Mr Kelly injured people, including security staff.The defendant is also accused of damaging a 200-year-old mirror which was described as “irreplaceable”.Police found Mr Kelly at a caravan park at about 02:00 where he was seen holding a gun after officers entered a caravan.He threw the weapon down after being ordered to by police.A police officer told the court that the defendant said during interview that it had been his intention for police to shoot him.The charges included assault occasioning actual bodily harm, disorderly behaviour and possession of a firearm, namely a rifle, in suspicious circumstances.Mr Kelly was remanded in custody until 19 September.Donegal man remanded after being found with gun in hotel was last modified: August 29th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

All four A’s infielders are Gold Glove award finalists

first_imgMore proof of the A’s remarkable transformation from baseball’s worst defensive team to one of its elite came Thursday when all four Oakland infielders were named American League Gold Glove award finalists.Joining no-brainer finalists Matt Chapman at third base and Matt Olson at first base are second baseman Jed Lowrie and shortstop Marcus Semien.Only two A’s players in the last 28 years have been recognized as Gold Glove winners, but there’s every reason to believe at least Chapman, and …last_img

Cambrian Soft Animal Survived Unchanged 200 Million Years

first_img(Visited 20 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 A fossil soft-bodied lobopodian has been found in Carboniferous strata in Illinois.Lobopodians (“lobe-footed”) are soft-bodied worm-like animals with cylindrical legs that are well known from the Cambrian explosion.  The best-known fossils were from Sweden, although members have been found in the Burgess Shale in Canada.  The taxonomy of these classic Cambrian-explosion animals has been confusing; some evolutionists think they are related to modern tardigrades (water bears) or were ancestral to arthropods.  Paleontologists had thought they died out in the middle Cambrian, but now, an exquisitely-preserved fossil has been found in Carboniferous rock in Illinois.  This one is not related to onycophorans.  Current Biology reported,1Lobopodians, a nonmonophyletic assemblage of worm-shaped soft-bodied animals most closely related to arthropods, show two major morphotypes: long-legged and short-legged forms. The morphotype with stubby, conical legs has a long evolutionary history, from the early Cambrian through the Carboniferous, including the living onychophorans and tardigrades. Species with tubular lobopods exceeding the body diameter have been reported exclusively from the Cambrian; the three-dimensionally preserved Orstenotubulus evamuellerae from the uppermost middle Cambrian “Orsten” (Sweden) is the youngest long-legged lobopodian reported thus far. Here we describe a new long-legged lobopodian, Carbotubulus waloszeki gen. et sp. nov., from Mazon Creek, Illinois, USA (∼296 million years ago). This first post-Cambrian long-legged lobopodian extends the range of this morphotype by about 200 million years. The three-dimensionally preserved specimen differs significantly from the associated short-legged form Ilyodes inopinata, of which we also present new head details. The discovery of a Carboniferous long-legged lobopodian provides a more striking example of the long-term survival of Cambrian morphotypes than, for example, the occurrence of a Burgess Shale-type biota in the Ordovician of Morocco and dampens the effect of any major extinction of taxa at the end of the middle Cambrian.This discovery, therefore reveals several problems for evolutionary theory and the geologic time scale.  For one, these are delicate, soft-bodied animals that did just fine for 200 million years in evolutionary time, through all the twists and turns of fate that led to mass extinctions of other animals.  For another, the exquisite preservation of the fossilized details of soft tissues challenges beliefs they lasted nearly 300 million years through many other geologic and climatic upheavals.  Third, finding one of these in Illinois, when others were known from Sweden and Canada, shows a “remarkable range extension” of these small, delicate creatures that further reduces “the impact of any major turnover of taxa at the end of the middle Cambrian.”  Finally, the fossil shows virtually no evolution for 200 million years: the authors said, “the morphology has not changed in any significant aspect.”  If living tardigrades and velvet worms represent modern counterparts of lobopodia, then evolution within this phylum has been scant or non-existent for the whole duration of the fossil record from the lower Cambrian onward.1. Haug, Mayer, Haug, Briggs, “A Carboniferous Non-Onychophoran Lobopodian Reveals Long-Term Survival of a Cambrian Morphotype,” Current Biology, Volume 22, Issue 18, 1673-1675, 09 August 2012, doi:10.1016/j.cub.2012.06.066.Though small and delicate, lobopodians are complex organisms.  They are not mere amoebas with pseudopodia; they are multicellular animals with coordinated legs, bilateral symmetry, a gut, and behavior suited for their life.  Viewers of the documentary Darwin’s Dilemma may recall the strange-looking Hallucigenia, a long-legged lobopodian from the Burgess Shale.  This finding adds to the challenge against Darwinism that movie so effectively made.last_img read more

Brand South Africa and the Department of Trade and Industry discuss how to change the continental narrative

first_imgPretoria, Thursday 27 March 2014 – Brand South Africa and the Department of Trade and Industry today hosted a seminar with African diplomats based in South Africa on, amongst others, how to change the continental narrative to one that is reflective of the enormous potential that lies within the continent.The panel leading the discussion included Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola,the High Commissioner of Kenya Mr Wamoto, the Nigerian Minister Counsellor responsible for economic affairs, Mr Oguntuase and Ms Xolelwa Mlumbi-Peter from the Department of Trade and Industry.  Representatives from 17 African Embassies and High Commissions,  and representatives from the Departments of International Relations and Co-operation, Trade and Industry and Tourism, participated in today’s discussion at the CSIR in Pretoria.The High Commissioner of Kenya made the critical point that Africa must invest in its human capital to ensure we are able to tell our own stories and communicate our own value proposition.  Africa should also be developing its own human capital including analysts and academics so that we can own the process of communicating our own narrative. Our story has been told for too long by parties outside of the continent.  “The task of building the continent’s reputation cannot be left solely to branding agencies.  It is the collective responsibility of each citizen of the continent.  At the same time, we as leaders in our various countries have invested a lot of time and resources in communicating with audiences beyond Africa. It is time we focused on communicating with the citizens of Africa to enable a shared patriotism and loyalty that will go a long way towards building our reputation, and resources,” said Mr Wamoto.Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola reminded the delegates that reputation is not about what we say, but we do.  “We therefore need to ensure that our words match what we are doing, as individual countries and the continent as a whole, to build our reputation and manage perceptions.”The robust discussion also included areas of challenge in the continent that are currently being addressed at various levels to ensure that Africa realises its potential as the fastest growing region.  This includes intra-continental trade, market access, cost of trading within the continent.  Ms Mlumbi-Peter emphasized that while much remains to be done, work has commenced on building regional value chains through which many of these areas will be addressed.  “We also need to move from the perception that Africa can only be a source of goods to one where we can also provide services which talks to the creation of a knowledge economy.  Progress has been made in various regional economic communities in the Continent but this must be consolidated and strenghtened to ensure Africa can achieve its potential.”Mr Oguntuase of Nigeria said that, “Although Africa continues to grapple with the social challenges of food, energy and water insecurity, for the first time, we have a continental strategic plan – Vision 2063 – which gives us in Africa much cause for optimism about the direction of our continent.  However, we must all participate in making this plan a reality.”The panellists and delegates appealed to all citizens of the continent to play their part in Africa’s regeneration and renewal.  These are exciting times for the continent and we can all be a part of these developments which will ultimately result in our improved reputation and competitiveness.Note to EditorsAbout Brand South AfricaBrand South Africa is the official marketing agency of South Africa, with a mandate to build the country’s brand reputation, in order to improve its global competitiveness. Its aim is also to build pride and patriotism among South Africans, in order to contribute to social cohesion and nation brand ambassadorship.About Play Your PartPlay Your Part is a nationwide campaign created to inspire, empower and celebrate active citizenship in South Africa.  It aims to lift the spirit of our nation by inspiring all South Africans to contribute to positive change, become involved and start doing – because a nation of people who care deeply for one another and the environment in which they live is good for everyone.Play Your Part is aimed at all South Africans – from corporates to individuals, NGOs to government, churches to schools, young to not so young.  It aims to encourage South Africans to use some of their time, money, skills or goods to contribute to a better future for all.There are numerous opportunities, big and small, for each and every South African to make a positive difference in the communities in which they live and operate. Play Your Part encourages them to act on these opportunities.The campaign is driven by the Brand South Africa.Further resources from Brand South AfricaMedia are invited to visit http://www.southafrica.info/ for further resources which can be reproduced without any copyright infringement.  Kindly attribute to Brand SouthAfrica.For more information or to set up interviews, please contact: Sandisiwe GugushePublic Relations International: Brand South AfricaTel: +27 11 712 5007 Mobile: +27 (0) 73 126 9128Email: [email protected] www.brandsouthafrica.comlast_img read more

Megastore: Google’s Answer to NoSQL Databases

first_imgLast month Google released a paper on its high availability datastore Megastore. Megastore “blends the scalability of a NoSQL datastore with the convenience of a traditional RDBMS in a novel way, and provides both strong consistency guarantees and high availability,” the paper says. Megastore is the technology behind Google’s High Replication Datastore, which covered here previously.It’s a short paper, only 12 pages long. But in case you want something quicker, here are two summaries:James Hamilton’s summaryTodd Hoff’s summaryFor an even quicker overview, here are three key points:It has been widely deployed for internal use at Google for several years.It uses the Paxos algorithm to manage replication between data centers.Although it offers an eventual consistency mode, it can instead prioritize consistency over performance. It offers three levels of read consistency: current, snapshot and inconsistent.At the moment, this is only available to the public through App Engine. Perhaps Google will open source it eventually? klint finley A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#cloud#Cloud Providers last_img read more

Settling the Unsettled: Ambiguous Loss through Military Retirement

first_imgWhile the list above is not even close to exhaustive, it provides you with an idea of how retirement from the military can be a good example of ambiguous loss. So, when we are working with families going through this loss, how can we help?• Start talking immediately: Once the decision to retire has been made, we need to start talking with the service member and their families right away. This will allow the families to process and prepare and the service professional to assist in the preparation.• Assist in finding resources and making connections: A very large part of our jobs as service professionals is making sure that the people we serve are aware of resources. Always be on the lookout for things that may assist your families. Reach out to people in your community and talk to them about the services they offer. You may even learn about new resources from the families you serve. Keep a notebook of all of your favorites to share with families!• Use resources to guide your own work: Do you have a favorite book or other resources that help with application in your work with families? Perhaps you have read Pauline Boss’ Loss, Trauma, and Resilience about Ambiguous Loss. Or, maybe you find journal articles and conversations with other professionals helpful. No matter what it is, you should always have something that helps you in your work and keeps you current on the latest strategies and research!• Personalize, do not generalize: Last but not least, ALWAYS tailor your work to fit the family with which you are working. While it is important and necessary to stay on top of research and to have resources that assist in guiding your work, you should never use them to dictate everything you do. While families may experience similar situations and scenarios, no two families will be identical. Listen to the presenting issues specific to each family and proceed accordingly. By Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFTFlickr [Marines Lead Run to Ground Zero– Fleet Week New York 2011 by DVIDSHUB on May 31, 2011 CC BY-ND 2.0]It was Pauline Boss who noticed the particular struggles of those who have suffered losses where finality and closure have not been accomplished. She recognized that while all losses have some element of ambiguity, there are some that are saturated in it. Dr. Boss contends that there are 2 types of Ambiguous Loss. Type 1 occurs when there is a physical absence and psychological presence; examples would include kidnapping, missing bodies due to traumatic events, divorce where one parent leaves the home, and giving a baby up for adoption. Type 2 occurs when there is physical presence and psychological absence; examples would include Alzheimer’s, traumatic brain injury, autism, and depression.During my quest for information and resources about military retirement, I noticed this underlying theme of loss. And then I started to think about ambiguous loss and how this seems to fit perfectly with the descriptions of feelings associated with what newly retired service members and their families were experiencing. While it may not be a perfect fit in one of the two categories that Dr. Boss describes, I think it would fit most appropriately under type 2. This is what is experienced during retirement and why I think it’s a fit:• Team loss:   We all know the comradery that is found within the military. While service members may continue to stay in contact with their former fellow SM’s, they are no longer serving the same purpose together. They no longer have the physical and emotional support that they were offered on a daily basis.• Loss of Resources: Physically and emotionally, the resources may dissipate after retirement. If a family lived on base, for instance, they may no longer have physical access to the resources they had before. They may also experience a loss in the physical presence of their friends who lived and worked nearby.• A Different Environment:  The tone of the civilian world, both physically and emotionally, is different.• A Struggle with Identity:  Service members and their families may struggle to find where they fit now. They may have to learn who they are without the military. This post was written by Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFT, the social media and webinar coordination specialist for the MFLN Family Development Team. The Family Development team aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network Family Development team on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.last_img read more

Could the URSA Mini be Poised to Challenge the RED SCARLET?

first_imgNote: The RED SCARLET offers up to 120 FPS at lower resolutions.URSA RAW Versus RED EPIC RAW Courtesy of UrsaCam.comLooking at the original question of whether or not the URSA Mini could be poised to challenge the RED SCARLET, I don’t think there’s any doubt this could happen, given the close specifications between the two cameras, especially with the 15 stops of Dynamic Range on the Mini.Should this prompt anyone to put their SCARLET up for sale in order to purchase a URSA Mini? No. If you have a SCARLET and are used to the interface, then I’d tell you to keep using it. But again, for those professionals out there that are looking to get into the 4K game, the URSA Mini is a cost-effective way to do that in order to achieve cinematic quality. This could, in fact, spell trouble for RED and the SCARLET.What are your thoughts? Do you think the URSA Mini can realistically challenge the RED Scarlet once it releases? Let us know in the comments below. RED SCARLET-MX13.5 Stops5120 x 2700 pixels23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 47.96, 48, 50, 59.94 FPS.RED RAW, H.264, MP4, MXF, AFF & Apple ProRes$10,150 The RED SCARLET is a workhorse, but it can be a costly one. With the URSA Mini soon to be released, could the SCARLET be in trouble?Note: I am a RED Camera user. I’ve used RED for years now, and specifically I’ve used the RED SCARLET on the last four film productions I’ve produced and directed. But now that the market is flooded with inexpensive 4K camera options, I wanted take a look at a cheaper option versus the RED SCARLET. The one camera that keeps coming up over and over is the soon-to-be-released URSA Mini.So, with this said I want to take a look at the state of RED as a whole and then ask the question: Is the SCARLET in trouble?The Overall State of REDRED is actually in a really good place right now in terms of install base. Directors like Peter Jackson, Ridley Scott, Neill Blomkamp, David Fincher, and Steven Soderbergh have relied on higher-end RED cameras for years and that has helped the brand. REDs are also being used quite extensively in television as well, with shows like House of Cards, Daredevil, Better Call Saul and Into the Badlands. Other than principal production, REDs are being used by VFX houses across the world when capturing footage for compositing, or as in Pictorvision‘s case, a camera array for aerial photography in Jupiter Ascending.Again, keep in mind that for many of these productions, or rather most of these productions, higher-end RED cameras like the EPIC are being used. But what about the SCARLET?Image from PictorvisionCould the RED SCARLET be in Real Trouble?Now, not all of us can drop twenty to sixty thousands dollars or more on a camera, and RED knows this. That’s why for years they’ve offered the RED SCARLET at a starting price point of ten thousand. For the longest time, that was a really great deal for a 4K video option.But now with so many independent filmmakers and video professionals finally making the leap to 4K (even though I don’t think it’s a necessity) they’re finding a wealth of 4K options out there. These options, like the URSA Mini, aren’t going to break the bank either, and it makes buying your own quality 4K camera (instead of renting it) a real possibility.URSA Mini 4.6K Test Footage Courtesy of Cinema 5DThe SCARLET, however, is used by a wide range of videographers, documentarians, and independent filmmakers like myself. Without question it offers more overall flexibility than the URSA or URSA Mini, but its price tag and lack of similar dynamic range could and should play a major factor for professionals ready to make that leap. Here’s a quick breakdown of each camera. While I don’t put a ton of weight on specs, I have to admit these cameras are pretty close on paper. BASE MODEL CAMERADYNAMIC RANGEMAX RESOLUTION FRAMERATE FORMATSPRICE Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K15 Stops4608 x 2592 pixels23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94 and 60 FPS.Cinema DNG RAW and Apple ProRES $4995last_img read more

Keys to Victory: San Miguel-TNT finals series

first_imgWhat ‘missteps’? The Beermen have ran roughshod over the competition as they have put the demons of the past behind to solve their woes in the second conference.Winning the Commissioner’s Cup, a championship that has eluded the franchise since 2000, will bring San Miguel closer to its quest for a rare Grand Slam, a fitting achievement for a powerhouse team that has lorded over the league for the better part of the last three years.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutHowever, a dangerous TNT squad wants nothing but to deny its fierce rival a crack at those feats and taste triumph again, as it hopes to reclaim the title it last won back in 2015.And the KaTropa have the tools to do just that. After all, they are just one of the three teams to deal the Beermen a rare loss this conference in a 112-103 win last May 5. With the finals two days away, here are INQUIRER’s keys to victory.Smith’s statusTristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netSituation surrounding reinforcement Joshua Smith looms like a bad cloud above TNT’s head.Exiting Game 3 of the KaTropa’s semifinals series against Ginebra, the burly import came back with a vengeance in Game 4 as he racked 18 points and five rebounds to close out the series.Still, doubts are casted on even if Smith himself vowed to be fine for the championship series.ADVERTISEMENT If Smith stays true to his word, TNT may just have the kryptonite to San Miguel’s June Mar Fajardo with his sheer size the perfect foil to the three-time PBA MVP.The KaTropa won the elimination duel with a different import in Donte Greene imposing his will down low to a 40-20 game.Smith isn’t expected to churn out those numbers, but if he can throw his weight around, the battle in the paint may just tilt toward TNT.Rhodes’ foul woesSpeaking of imports, San Miguel also has its own conundrum with Charles Rhodes.Though the mercurial import is averaging 27.8 points, 10.2 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.8 blocks, and 1.3 steals, he has often times found himself saddled on the bench due to foul troubles much to the chagrin of coach Leo Austria.Rhodes did show glimpses of him adapting to the officiating from time to time, but it’s yet to be seen, what version of him will show up in the title clash, which is a first for the 31-year-old Galveston, Texas native.Castro’s right hand manIt may be an import-laden conference, but Jayson Castro hasn’t shied away from the limelight as he remains to be the top guy for TNT.Case in point was him tallying an eye-popping performance to the tune of 38 points, seven rebounds, and 11 assists to steer the KaTropa to the Finals and arrange this date with the Beermen. As great as he is, Castro can’t do it alone, especially against San Miguel’s terror trio of Alex Cabagnot, Chris Ross, and Marcio Lassiter.RR Garcia has emerged as Castro’s best backcourt partner in the semis series, but Roger Pogoy, Ryan Reyes, and Kris Rosales must step up as well if TNT seeks to vanquish its fancied foe.Three’s aplentySan Miguel and TNT have embraced the power of three.That’s why it’s no surprise that the two finals protagonists rank in the upper half of the league when it comes to three-point attempts, with the KaTropa at first and the Beermen at third.Though we’ve already mentioned the guards, we haven’t even brought up TNT’s Ranidel de Ocampo, Troy Rosario and Mo Tautuaa, as well as San Miguel’s Arwind Santos and Ronald Tubid.The question now is which team will shoot themselves to the championship and which team will shoot themselves in the foot.Pandora’s boxGiven the star power of both teams, even the slightest of adjustments can make the biggest differences in the long run.And for coaches Leo Austria and Nash Racela, digging deep in their bench could be one of the moves which can swing the momentum to their side. WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage Racela has already done his, unleashing guys like Garcia and Anthony Semerad to play vital roles in TNT’s semifinals duel against Ginebra.Austria has made the same moves, albeit in a more minimal scale by fielding in Gabby Espinas and Brian Heruela to get some minutes in the Star series.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH LATEST STORIES 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire MOST READcenter_img World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide Cornerstones of their own conglomerates, San Miguel and TNT clash anew as they renew their rivalry, this time in the 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup trophy.ADVERTISEMENT ‘Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance PLAY LIST 01:30’Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance00:51Racela keeps faith in TNT import Joshua Smith00:50Trending Articles02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Corbin wins Money in the Bank; Mahal retains WWE title Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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