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Posted in Commercial Ads on April 6, 2010 by Turnado

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The Mission Lyrics by: Jaime Rivera

Posted in Songs / Lyrics Download with tags , on March 26, 2010 by Turnado

Here’s a call going out across the land in every nation
a call to all who swear allegiance to the cross of Christ
a call to true humility,to live our lives responsibly.
to deepen our devotion to the cross at any price.

Let us then be sober moving only in the spirit
as aliens and strangers in a hostile foreign land
the message we’re proclaiming is repentance and forgiveness.
the offer of salvation to the dying race of man.

CHORUS:
To love the lord our god,is the heartbeat of our mission.
the spring from which our service overflows.
across the street or around the world.
the mission’s still the same.
proclaim and live the truth
in Jesus name!

As a candle is consumed
by the passion of the flame
spilling light unsparingly
throughout the darkened room.
let us burn to know him deeper
then our service flaming bright.
will radiate his passions and blaze with holy light
(Back to CHORUS)

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Train Crash

Posted in Uncategorized on April 28, 2008 by Turnado

BEIJING – Two passenger trains collided in eastern China on Monday, killing at least 66 people and injuring hundreds as carriages derailed and toppled into a ditch, state media said.

Some 400 people were taken to hospital, with 70 in a critical condition, Xinhua news agency said, suggesting the death toll could rise further.

One train was en route from Beijing to the seaside resort of Qingdao when the accident happened in Zibo, Shandong province. The second train was from the resort of Yantai, in Shandong.

Both were likely operating at full speed at the time of the accident, the worst in China since 1997, a cargo worker said.

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Bomb

Posted in Uncategorized on April 10, 2008 by Turnado

Police recovered bomb-making materials during a raid on a suspected sleeper cell of the Jemaah Islamiyah Tuesday night in Alaminos, Laguna.

However, the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group failed to arrest Khalid Pagayao, allegedly involved in a series of bombing incidents in the Philippines.

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P2.5-M smuggled motorcycles seized

Posted in Uncategorized on February 15, 2008 by Turnado

 

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has confiscated a shipment of 64 smuggled motorcycles at the Port of Manila.BOC personnel intercepted the shipment, worth about P2.5 million, after they found “suspicious images” on the bureau’s X-ray scanning system.

Lawyer Ma. Lourdes Mangaoang, head of the Customs X-ray Scanning Project, said importer Victoria Motors Corp. declared the shipment that arrived late January aboard a vessel from China as “60 cartons of knockdown motorcycle parts.”

She said they discovered that the shipment actually contained 60 complete brand new units of Motoposh motorcycle (SBK 200), four undeclared motorcycles, one generator set and 682 pieces of motorcycle rims.

“This is a clear case of technical smuggling. The shipment consists of undeclared and misdeclared items both in the import entry and in the packing list. Also, there has been a misapplication of clearance with the value reference information system as the items were declared to be in knockdown form, not in completely built form,” Mangaoang explained.

She asked Port of Manila collector Horacio Suansing to issue a warrant of seizure and detention (WSD) against the shipment and file charges against its importer.

Reference: www.abs-cbnnews.com

Couple killed in Valentine’s Day road accident

Posted in Uncategorized on February 15, 2008 by Turnado

 A couple was killed on Valentine’s Day when their car was hit by a passenger bus along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City, radio dzMM reported.

Pastor Kevin Alamag, 40, and Afelia Alamag, 46, died after their Nissan Sentra (PKS-856) was hit by a Nova bus (TWL-703) near the Tandang Sora flyover. The couple was declared dead on arrival upon reaching Malvar General Hospital along Commonwealth Avenue.

Police said bus driver Joseph Areno will be charged with reckless imprudence resulting to double homicide.

Reference: http://www.abs-cbnnews.com

Blackbugs infest Isabela town

Posted in Uncategorized on February 14, 2008 by Turnado

ILAGAN, Isabela – Almost 200 hectares of farmlands in a remote Pacific coastal town here have been infested by rice blackbugs for almost two months now, with farmers here fearing that the infestation may spread to other towns in this country’s major rice producing-province.

Danilo Tumamao, provincial agriculture officer, on Wednesday said that close to 200 hectares have been affected by blackbugs in the six barangays of Dinapigue town, along the province’s Pacific coast. Other sources, however, hinted that the extent of damage may have reached even beyond the estimated hectares in the town.

Reference: http://www.abs.cbnnews.com

The Department of Agriculture, he said, already ordered the spraying of carbamate pesticide on the severely affected ricefields to ensure the total and swift eradication of the said pest, an insect bug which thrive on the leaves of rice plants.

“We still cannot estimate the cost of damage to the ricefields in terms of pesos since the affected rice plants were in different stages of growth when they were infested by the blackbugs,” Tumamao said.

Reports showed that most of the affected ricefields in the town, a 15-hour-trip from the provincial capital via Maddela, Quirino and Dilasag, Aurora, were said to be in their reproductive stages.

Tumamao furthered that almost all the farming families in the remote town, who are mostly dependent on farming and fishing for their livelihood, were affected by the said infestation, with the average size of ricefields being roughly one hectare each.

Other sources hinted that agriculture personnel are now conducting light bag operations in nearby municipal or village risk areas to prevent the further spread of the bug infestation.

“We got reports from farmers of the varying severity of damage. One farmer had reported that he normally harvested around 80 cavans in his one hectare lot; now he was only able to recover some 40 cavans,” Tumamao said.

Moreover, Tumamao said that a group from the regional crop protection center under DA regional director Gumersindo Lasam had gone to Dinapigue to inspect the extent of damage.

“Before this, Gov. (Grace) Padaca had already ordered rice specialists from our office to likewise see the extent of damage and validate the existence of the blackbug,” Tumamao said.

Aside from this, Tumamao said, the DA regional office had likewise sent a task force under regional technical director Andrew Villacorta to the area to conduct massive information dissemination drive among residents in the area regarding the rice blackbug.

Tumamao stressed the necessity for farmers to conduct surveillance and monitoring of their fields for any possible evidence of rice blackbug infestation or damage to rice plants.

“The farmers should not automatically spray their ricefields if they see insects that look like pernicious rice blackbugs. They should first get a sample of the insects, label it with the appropriate information on where and when it was taken and then give this to the nearest agricultural office. This is because not all blackbugs are pests,” he said.