No. of HIV AIDS cases reported

Designated Points of Origin / Exit for PUJ’s from Lipa City’s West sector

  • PUJs from Batangas and Lemery

Point of Origin: From M. K. Lina right turn to S. Luz Street, left turn to Obispo Obviar St., left turn to E. Mayo St., left turn to A. Mabini St. to unload passenger

Point of Exit: From A. Mabini St. left runt o S. Luz St. right turn to CM Recto Ave. to point of destination

  • PUJs from Mataas na Kahoy

Point of Origin: From MK Lina right turn to S. Luz St, left turn to Obispo Obviar St. left turn to Rizal St., left to A. Mabini St., to unload passenger

Point of Exit: From A. Mabini turn to S. Luz St., right turn to CM Recto Ave., to point of destination

Source: CPOS

Life Expectancy at Birth 2012

Forest area % of Southeast Asian countries

Business establishment, ninakawan sa Lipa

Business establishment, ninakawan sa Lipa

Lungsod ng Lipa, Batangas – Pinasok ng di kilalang magnanakaw ang isang business establishment sa Barangay Marawoy.

Pasado alas 7:50 ng  ng umaga noong Martes ng pumasok ang mga empleyedong sina Sherylyn Estroga at tatlo iba pa sa may puwesto ng Rey Marketing na pero pagdating sa loob ay nakita na lamang nilang gulo-gulo ang mga gamit.

Nawawala na rin ang ilang panindang powertools na tinatayang nagkakahalagang P26,283.00 at dalawang cellphone na pinaniniwalaang tinangay ng mga mag nanakaw.

Hinala ng mga biktima, sinira umano ng mga suspek ang dingding na gawa sa fiber wood at saka sila pumasok.

Iniimbestigahan naman ng mga kapulisan ang nangyaring insidente para sa agarang pagkakakilanlan ng mga tumakas na suspek.

Shoplifter sa SM Lipa, arestado

Lungsod ng Lipa – Arestado sa pulisya ang isang hihinilang shoplifter matapos di umanong mahuling nang-uumit ng grocery item sa ay supermarket ng SM City Lipa nitong Sabado.

Nakilala ang suspek na si Chamel Matubis, taga-Barangay Talisay

Batay sa report, nag roroving  lang umano ang sekyu na si Dominador Lacerna bandang alas 2:46 ng hapon  ng mahuli niya sa akto ang suspek na kumukuha ng chocolate mula sa display stand sa naturang mall

Inilagay umano ng suspek ang chocolate sa kanyang bag at nagmadaling umalis ng hindi nag babayad kaya’t dali dali itong hinuli ng guard.

Nakakulong na sa Lipa City police station ang suspek na nahaharap sa kasong theft.

Sasakyang umano’y ginamit sa pagnanakaw ng materyales paggawa, narekober

Lungsod ng Lipa, Batangas – Masuwerte namang nabawi ng isang negosyanteng taga-Sariaya, Quezon ang kanyang sasakyang Nissan Bida AUV na di umano’y

Kwento ng biktimang si Guillermo Remo, Jr., pasado alas-2 ng hapon noong Huwebes nang ipagkatiwala niya sa driver at suspek na si Loreto Tanedo ang naturang van na may plakang TCL-590 para magdeliver ng ilang piraso ng tubo na kakailanganin para sa isinasagawang proyekto sa NAIA sa lungsod ng Parañaque.

Laking gulat na lamang aniyang driver nang mabalitaan mula sa project engineer na hindi pala nakarating ang mga ipinadeliver niyang tubo.

Kinabukasan, bandang alas-9 ng umaga ay nakatanggap na lamang ang biktima ng text message mula sa suspek na ,na iniwan di umano niya ang naturang sasakyan sa parking area ng K Pointe.

Agad na nagtungo ang biktima sa naturang lugar para kumpirmahin kung totoong nadoon nga ang kanyang nawawalang sasakyan. At nang mahanap ang van ay doon na siya nagdesisyong ireport ang insidente sa Lipa City Police.

Wala pang inilabas na impormasyon ang mga otoridad kung anong kaukulang kaso ang maaaring isampa ng biktima laban sa tumakas na suspek at kung desidido ba itong maghabla.

Pacquiao pummels a pseudo-Mayweather

Manny Pacquiao is now back in form givne his clinical unanimous decision win over Brandon Rios. His Mexican-American opponent tried to do a Floyd Mayweather (connecting with body and head shots while clinging to an opponent) but Rios failed to bring the Pacman down (photo by Chris Farina of Top Rank)
Manny Pacquiao is now back in form givne his clinical unanimous decision win over Brandon Rios. His Mexican-American opponent tried to do a Floyd Mayweather (connecting with body and head shots while clinging to an opponent) but Rios failed to bring the Pacman down (photo by Chris Farina of Top Rank)

Manny Pacquiao is now back in form givne his clinical unanimous decision win over Brandon Rios. His Mexican-American opponent tried to do a Floyd Mayweather (connecting with body and head shots while clinging to an opponent) but Rios failed to bring the Pacman down (photo by Chris Farina of Top Rank)

 

 

 

MANILA—Brandon Rios looked slow to elude Manny Pacquiao’s combination punches, both the hard pummels and the short-distanced little jabs. Even before the top of Rios’ right eye got cut up, the Mexican-American got clingy many times, to the crowd’s boos —shouts he shunned,  just to connect some head and body shots.

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PXC a rich breeding ground for fighters with UFC ambition

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PACIFIC X-Treme Combat has proven that it can be a rich breeding ground for United Fighting Championship aspirants after John Tuck made a successful UFC debut last week in Macau.

One of the first PXC products to make it to the big league, Tuck defeated Chinese Zhang Tiequan via unanimous decision last November 10 in UFC: Macao in Cotai Strip, Macau. Tuck is a Guamanian who has a family living in the Philippines and believes he has Filipino blood “somewhere in the bloodline because my middle name’s Cruz.”

And PXC, one of Asia’s top mixed martial arts outfits, is confident the time will come when it can send full-blooded Filipinos to the big stage.

“I’m very optimistic that homegrown Filipinos can reach the top of the MMA world,” PXC general manager EJ Calvo said on Thursday after the official press conference for PXC 34 to be held on Saturday night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. “It could be in a year.”

Calvo said Pinoys can penetrate the UFC’s 125-pound division, where Ale ‘The Young Gun’ Cali and Erwin Tagle, who collide in main event of PXC 34, fight in.

“The key is the flyweight division,” Calvo said. “You can also see the most talent in Asia in the 135- to 145-pound class.”

Filipino-American Mark Striegl, who will take on Harris Sarmiento in the co-main event bout on Saturday night, is one of those fighting in the 145-pound division and so far has not disappointed, having an unbeaten record of 11 victories.

Striegl showed what he was all about after he forced Robert Wustigg into a quick first-round submission with an Americana lock in the PXC 33 at the Ynares Sports Arena last September in a bout that impressed guest referee and prominent UFC figure Big John McCarthy.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if you saw Mark Striegl fighting in the UFC within a year,” McCarthy was later quoted as saying.

The UFC’s first staging in Asia last week only convinced Calvo that Asians will have a chance.

“The UFC is making big moves in Asia and as it grows in popularity in the region, the countries here need to be represented,” he said.

He would not even mind if he continues losing his fighters to the world’s No. 1 MMA organization.

“We’re more than proud of them,” Calvo said. “As they get picked up, many talented fighters are there to replace them. It’s just going to be a rotation.”

Now reaping the fruits of his labor, Tuck is just thankful for the opportunity the PXC gave him.

“It took a lot of hard work and sacrifice, and trusting a great organization to help me showcase my skills,” he said.

“The PXC made me who I am today and I’m thankful that they helped me launch my career in the UFC,” added Tuck, who believes Pinoys have a chance to follow his footsteps and those of Mark Muñoz and Brandon Vera.

“The Philippines has great fighters. There’s a lot of hope. And I believe through experience, there’s a high chance. It just comes from within. If they feel in their heart that it’s what they want to do, it’ll be there for sure.”

Striegl echoed Tuck’s sentiment.

“The Philippine culture’s so rich in combat sports, especially boxing. It’s just a matter of time. The ground game and grappling are something that still needs a little bit of work, but a lot of guys are already making strides.”

Striegl, whose mom is from Oriental Mindoro, is definitely one of them.

“I’d love to go to the UFC. Right now I’m just taking it one fight at a time, doing my best with the PXC, focusing myself on this fight against Sarmiento, but yeah, in the future, I hope,” Striegl said.

Reprinted from spin.ph, November 15, 2o12

http://www.spin.ph/sports/combat-sports/special-reports/pxc-a-rich-breeding-ground-for-fighters-with-ufc-ambition-v02