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Mobile operator SoftBank Corporation, the parent of Z Holdings (ZHD), and South Korea's Naver, Line's parent company, agreed to the merger of ZHD and Line, SoftBank and Naver say in a joint statement
Journalists hold a silent demonstration against the internet ban, holding their laptops with open with blank screens or held placards with the words '100 days no internet' and 'stop humiliating Kashmir journalists'
Honey Mae Suazo, former secretary general of Karapatan Southern Mindanao Region, has been missing since November 2
Michelle Dy takes to Twitter after Jeffree Star called her new brush line 'trash'
'Universal has decided not to make the censor cut required by the Malaysian censor board and as such will not be able to release the film in Malaysia,' says its distributor United International Pictures Malaysia
The U-shaped line appears on a map of the South China Sea in a scene in the film, which is about a Chinese teenager helping a yeti return to his home on Mount Everest
'Schedule of free rides in the morning will resume once the full operation of the LRT2 system is restored,' the Light Rail Transit Line 2 announces
The anti-graft court says the prosecution failed to provide 'the required quantum of proof' that Al Vitangcol and businessman Wilson de Vera tried to extort money from a Czech company
Quezon City 2nd District Representative Precious Hipolito Castelo and Senator Panfilo Lacson file versions of the bill in the 18th Congress
Skirmishes are frequent across the so-called Line of Control, but the latest deaths comes after Pakistan warns it was ready to meet any Indian aggression over Kashmir
'So tit for tat,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte agrees to end the implementation of a 7-year-old Philippine government policy that served as a form of protest against China's inclusion of its 9-dash line in its e-passports
'Vietnam has had several appropriate diplomatic exchanges... requesting immediate withdrawal from Vietnam's exclusive economic zone,' says its foreign ministry
'My brands and products are built with inclusivity and diversity at their core and after careful thought and consideration, I will be launching my Solutionwear brand under a new name,' says the reality star and entrepreneur
Which BT21 character are you going to wear?
(3rd UPDATE) The Light Rail Transit Line 2 is investigating the unprecedented train collision
(UPDATED) The Light Rail Transit Authority says it is investigating the collision
The Sandiganbayan finds former Department of Finance officials guilty of graft for issuing fraudulent tax credit certificates in 1997 and 1998
The Supreme Court rules this time that it shouldn't interfere with the finding of probable cause by the Department of Justice
Victory Liner is demanding the United Marcoville Barangay Residents Association to leave their premises
Police says Leonardo Gabriel Hernandez, a TV reporter, was shot and wounded in the street and taken to a clinic, where he died
To decongest the most crowded subway line during rush hour, Tokyo Metro offers free meals of tempura and soba to early commuters
Fans are going gaga over Lady Gaga's upcoming Haus Beauty line, her first-ever personal beauty brand
Now you can dress like your favorite Jenner sister!
The new liner will have the same layout, design, and a similar voyage path as the infamous 1912 ship, but will have more safety features as well
The High Court junks the claim of of a private gaming company that it has exclusive contractual rights over the government project
(5th UPDATE) One MRT3 worker is seriously injured and may require surgery, says MRT3 management
Human rights groups call for the passage of a bill that will recognize the essential role of human rights defenders in ensuring a peaceful and equal society
Even for veterans in the human rights movement, the last two years have been the worst
Generation Happy Skin is a 6-piece collection curated by Kathryn herself
The young must now stand up and be counted to ensure that Asia's star continues to shine
What's the process for a President to resign? Can President Rodrigo Duterte choose his successor? Here's what the Constitution and a law professor say.
Transportation officials are appealing the 800% raise in zonal valuation of the 33-hectare lot intended for the Metro Rail Transit Line 7 depot
Mark you calendars as Sunnies Face drops on August 8
The Court of Appeals says the shipping company, who lost its license to transport passengers after the M/V Princess of the Stars tragedy, should have filed an appeal before the Office of the President before running to the appellate court
The Colourette X The Kings is set to be released in June, in time for pride month
(UPDATED) If approved, the fare hike will be rolled out by August 2018, says LRT1 operator Light Rail Manila Corporation
After 28 straight days of no glitches for the Metro Rail Transit Line 3, a door failure on Tuesday, May 22, forces the railway system to unload passengers
It will take 31 months and P16.985 billion to restore the Metro Rail Transit Line 3, based on talks between the Department of Transportation and the Japan International Cooperation Agency
Motorists and commuters who pass through Regalado Highway, the Tandang Sora Avenue-Commonwealth Avenue intersection, and North Avenue will be affected
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When Kim Jong-Un steps over the line, he will become the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South since the Korean War ended 65 years ago
Jimmy Choo CEO Pierre Denis confirms the news to 'WWD'
Active military personnel should present their IDs to get free rides, under a one-year deal between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Department of Transportation
Commuters can already use the newly designed P1, P5, and P10 coins at ticket vending machines of the MRT3, LRT1, and LRT2
(UPDATED) The MRT3 is looking at increasing their target to 20 trains with a 4-car configuration. These can carry 720,000 passengers a day.
(UPDATED) MRT3 Director for Operations Mike Capati says he was physically assaulted in front of DOTr Usec TJ Batan and representatives from Australia Aid and ADB
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says that without proper record keeping, a time could come where spare parts might run out