February 2019

Rockets versus. Hornets odds, line: NBA picks, predictions from method on 46-32 roll

Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets host James Harden but in fact the Houston Rockets on Wednesday, with tipoff from the Spectrum Center set for 7 p.m. ET. Houston will look to win its 3rd consecutive game coming out of the All-Star break, while Charlotte is in desperate requirement of a victory. The Hornets enter Wednesday’s action as losers of only four of their past 5 games, yet they still

A world-wide Finance Corp. programs wider exposure in Philippines

Fresh from it is anchor investment in Ayala-led AC Energy’s green bonds, the International Finance Corp . (IFC) said it plans to widen it is exposure investments in the country for climate-smart commercial infrastructure and then affordable housing in the near term . In a meeting yesterday, Vivek Pathak, director of IFC’s East Asia and Pacific Department, said they plan to invest more in green infrastructure , particularly in logistics

Batangueño stands out in Thailand youth conference

A Batangueño graduating student was honored by the city government here, Tuesday for getting named the Best Position Paper Awardee in the recent Asia World Model United Nations (AWMUN) held in Bang­kok, Thailand, last month. Outside of 1,326 delegates ages seventeen to twenty-five from around the world , Deignielle Bert D. Arellano , a 20-year-old BS Medical Laboratory Science student of the Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU-Batangas), received the

Self-care in the 21st century: Merz Aesthetics redefines the style and beauty journey

As far back as the age of Cleopatra, women have always been practicing various forms of self-care. Ancient Egyptians used Dead Sea salt, kohl and then olive oil. The Greeks used honey and then vinegar. Geishas used rice flour and then Indians chewed betel leaves to stain their lips. Beauty girls of the 1800s rubbed burnt bread on their smile for fresh breath and then used black soot with oil

Metro Manila Subway divides ground in Valenzuela

The Metro Manila Subway Project , a 36-kilometer under-ground railway process dubbed as the “project of the century ,” broke ground Wednesday. “Today marks a historic day for the Philippines as our first-ever underground railway system, the Metro Manila Subway, broke ground in Barangay Ugong, Valenzuela City,” the Transportation Department said in a statement. The subway’s depot are going to be located in Barangay Ugong and the project will have

Clarkson fuels Philippine #LetJordanPlay World Cup invocation

NBA star Jordan Clarkson is stoking Philippine fans’ clamor to make it possible for him to play in this specific year’s World Cup as their team seeks to hurdle FIBA’s eligibility rules. The Philippine The game of basketball Federation (SBP) is appealing to basketball’s world- governing body to recognize Clarkson as a Filipino citizen, allowing him to play for Gilas Pilipinas who won a World Cup berth last weekend. The

Summit fails because North Korea needed all of the sanctions lifted

The Vietnam summit failed because North Korea needed all of the sanctions lifted, said US President Donald Trump during a press conference after a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. “I could’ve signed today but I want to do it right than do it fast,” said Trump. Trump and then Kim and did not arrive at an agreement during their two-day summit in Vietnam, said the White House, adding

Apple Fires one hundred ninety Employees From Project Titan Self-Driving Car Project

The apple company has reportedly confirmed it is firing one hundred ninety employees from it is ambitious self-driving car project called Titan. According to a report in San Francisco Chronicle late Wednesday, the Cupertino-based company has laid off mostly engineers, which includes 38 engineering programme managers, 33 hardware engineers, 31 product design engineers and then 22 software engineers.The layoffs in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale would take effect from April sixteen,

Philippine Airlines mulls re-IPO solution to increase funds

PAL Holdings , the operator of flag-carrier Philippine Airlines, is looking at the possibility of organizing a re-initial public offering (re-IPO) to raise funds and then comply with the looming higher public float requirement for listed companies. PAL president Jaime Bautista said the organization is preparing to comply with the up coming regulation should it be implemented this year. “We’ll learning that …if we will really be required, because I

Two of the East's high teams will go head-to-head whenever the Raptors host the Boston Celtics

Entering the game, the Raptors sit down in the second seed in the East with a 44-17 record , while the Celtics occupy the 5th spot with a 37-23 record. The match-up between the two teams is the 4th and final of the regular season, as the Raptors won the first meeting back in October, but the Celtics have come out victorious in the two most popular meetings. With another