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Monday, February 29, 2016

Building Haris Killed Filipina in Dubai Over Bucket of Water Spilt Argument

Only two months at work, the Pakistani haris or watchman of the building of Lenlie Oliverio had an argument with her that day over accidentally spilling the bucket of water he was using for cleaning. After a heated confrontation, the Pakistani knocked on Lenlie's room pretending there was a Fire Alarm problem, then when she opened the door, he stabbed her to death.

Note that the haris or caretaker  was only two months in the country and 10 days in his new work or building under his watch. Lesson: don't engage in heated argument with anyone while you're abroad, and don't let anyone in inside your flat or room especially  if you are alone.

The Asian man, who had just returned from work, found Oliverio stabbed multiple times and the apartment ransacked.
Teams from Dubai Police’s Criminal Investigation Department and General Department of Forensic Science and Criminology rushed to the scene and started their investigation.
Maj Gen Al Mazeina said the Asian man, who lived with the victim, said that he had last seen the victim in the morning before going to work, adding that the victim had also spoken to him around midday asking him to buy some things for the house.
He said, “Initially there were no obvious signs as to who could have committed the crime. Teams started looking into people who knew the victim, the victim’s flat-mate, people who live in the building and in nearby shops.”
Major General Khalil Ebrahim Al Mansouri, Assistant to the Dubai Police Chief for Criminal Investigation Affairs, said, “The way the victim was stabbed led us to deduct that revenge could be the reason behind her murder.”
He said that although the watchman was helping out the victim’s friend, and facilitating access to residents while police were in the building, policemen suspected him due to his body language.
“Our teams, who are trained in reading body language, suspected the watchman, although he had no wounds or marks that could link him to the murder. He was taken in for questioning at the Criminal Investigation Department, where he confessed to the crime,” Maj Gen Al Mansouri said.
He said they tested the watchman’s DNA against biological evidence found at the crime scene, which tested positive, linking the man to the crime.
Maj Al Mansouri said the suspect claimed that he was cleaning the floors of the building that morning at around 9am when the victim walked by and spilt the water bucket he was using to clean, after which a heated argument ensued.
“The suspect confessed that he then got a knife, went to her apartment at around 2pm and told her that there was a problem with the fire alarm. So she let him in. When she did, he said he grabbed her, put his hand over her mouth and stabbed her multiple times until he was sure she was dead,” he said.
The suspect then told the police that he cleaned his clothes, closed the door and carried on with his day. Police declined to reveal the number of stab wounds.

Police said the suspect had only been in the country for around two months, where he worked with the same company but in a different building in another emirate.
He had only started working at the victim’s building 10 days before the crime.


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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Full Video: The carrot man at Kapuso mo Jessica Soho.




The carrot man at Kapuso mo Jessica Soho.

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PHILIPPINES AMBASSADOR TO SAUDI: REPORT IF YOUR EMPLOYER REFUSED TO GIVE YOUR PASSPORT



Philippine Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Ezzedin Tago reminds OFWS of their rights to keep their passport.
WATCH THE VIDEO 
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He advised everyone to contact the Consulate and Embassy in case their employers refused to give their passport.






 He also said that employers should be cautious in following this Saudi law because the penalty was raised from SR2,000 to SR20,000.
This article is filed under: Saudi Arabia, Philippines Ambassador, Saudi Employer Refuses to Give Passport
READ IT HERE, THE EXPERT'S COMMENTS, NEWS EXCERPTS AND LAWS EXPLAINING THAT IT IS THE RIGHT OF THE EMPLOYEES TO HOLD THEIR PASSPORT 
 
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Para Sa mga OFW na Hindi ibigay ang kanilang Pasaporte ng Employer... Ayon Kay Ambassador Tago, itinaas na ang fine para Sa mga Kumpanyang Hindi sumusunod, Kung dati 2,000 SR itinaas na po Ito 20,000 SR Ayon daw po Ito sa ministry of labor, ang mga kumpanyang Hindi sumusunod Itawag at mag email sa ating embahada...Hinihikayat din Nya ang Lahat ng Pilipino sa Saudi Arabia na mag register sa Philippine Embassy Website...
Posted by Balitang OFW's on Saturday, February 27, 2016
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Saturday, February 27, 2016

SAUDI BINLADIN UPDATES THEIR WORKER STATUS

ArabNews, a Saudi based English Newspaper reported that an agreement has been reach between Binladin Group of Companies, the Ministry of Labor and the Saudi Arabia authorities regarding the issue of unpaid salaries of the workers.


Paki-share po para makarating sa kinauukulan.

"The Ministry of Labor signed a trilateral agreement, one of which allows worker to stay at home until the salaries are paid by the company after deducting the period of absence.
The second option allows anyone who wants to leave the company can seek the settlement of dues and make the final exit. The third choice for workers and staff is that can have a sponsorship transfer."
Paki-share po para makarating sa kinauukulan.



"Around 2,000 engineers, management staff and workers have reportedly not been paid salaries for four months, leading to an agitation by them.
Khaled Aba Al Khiel, representative of the MoL in Makkah region, is following up on workers’ complaints and will take necessary measures to end the crisis, the report said, quoting sources.
Frustrated with the delay in payment of salaries, more than 1,000 workers protested outside the company headquarters last week."


Source: ArabNews

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Sunday, February 21, 2016

25 Photos of Beautiful and Cute, Tiny Small Bungalow House





 25 Photos of Small Beautiful and Cute Bungalow House, that maybe affordable housing design if you are planning to build a new house. These beautiful small house designs for bungalow type of house may attract your attention. 










  


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Thursday, February 18, 2016

WATCH VICE GANDA MADE FUN OF MOMMY DIONISIA, MANNY AND JINKEE PACQUIAO




"A joke of a comedian is different from a statement of a "politician". So why take a joke seriously and take a serious statement as a joke?
I am not the issue. This is not about me. It is about a serious remark that affects the entire LGBT community. Dont divert the issue." - Vice Ganda


Stress buster muna.


Stress buster muna.


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WHY MANNY PACQUIAO WILL WIN IN THE TOP 5 IN THE SENATORIAL ELECTION BECAUSE OF THIS SAME-SEX MARRIAGE ISSUE



"Pacquiao has clearly offended the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community with his comments on same sex marriage, but this group represents a minority and this will not affect the boxer's popularity among the voters. He may still win in the elections." - " Benito Lim, political science professor at the Jesuit-run Ateneo de Manila University
GOOD OR BAD PUBLICITY IS STILL A PUBLICITY AND IN THE END MANNY PACQUIAO IS A SENATOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES.

Look at the postings and the comments in the social media regarding regarding his stand about same-sex marriage, local and even international news, most of those comments are not bashing him, but supporting him, affirming their support or vote to him, and even gained some more votes for him. 
Nike, who terminated their sponsorship of Manny Pacquiao because they find his comment "abhorrent" was also receiving the ire of the commenters saying they will boycott or will not buy Nike anymore.



Congressman and boxer Manny Pacquiao says he respects Nike's decision to end their clothing sponsorship. Read more: http://gmane.ws/1WsIYpu
Posted by GMA News on Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Come this April, if Manny Pacquiao will have a decisive win over Bradley, or he may lost and get the sympathy of the voters, it is a win-win scenario.

Currently, Pacquiao is between number 7 and number 8 in the latest survey among the 12 senatoriables, and because of this, he may have lost some votes, but he gained a lot for being courageous and brave in standing out for his belief and principle that same-sex marriage should not be legalized. 

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Monday, February 15, 2016

Sunday, February 14, 2016

How Much Will You Save In Your Medical Bills With Philhealth Insurance Benefits?



Philippine Health Insurance Benefit Packages, HOW MUCH YOU WILL SAVE? - The Insurance Benefits called Case Payment Rates, see the table and watch the videos below to know more about your insurance and benefits.

YOUR P2,400 PAYMENT YEARLY, OR YOUR FAMILY MEMBER'S P2,400 PUBLIC INSURANCE COVERAGE SYSTEM, WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? Check out below.


Watch the video below for more about this info: 

Below contains the lists of insurance benefit packages under the case payment scheme, that are available to all active Philippine Health Insurance members. For OFW's with their dependents, although I suggest if you have extra cash, you can buy them their own insurance, if they are not working or they have no Philhealth membership.


Name of Benefit Package

Maternity Care Package (MCP)
6,500.00

Normal Spontaneous Delivery (NSD) Package
6,500.00

TB-DOTS Package
4,000.00

SARS Package
50,000 - 100,000

Avian Influenza Package
50,000 - 100,000

New Born Care Package (NCP)
1,000.00

Bilateral Tubal Ligation (BTL) Package
4,000.00

Vasectomy Package
4,000.00

Malaria Package
600.00

Influenza A (H1N1) Package
75,000 - 100,000

NSD with BLT Package
10,500.00

Outpatient HIV / AIDS Treatment Package
30,000.00

Dengue I (dengue fever and DHF Grades I and II)*
8,000.00

Dengue II (dengue hermorrhagic fever grades III and IV)*
16,000.00

Pneumonia I (moderate risk)*
15,000.00

Pneumonia II (high risk)*
32,000.00

Essential Hypertension*
9,000.00

Cerebral Infarction (CVA I)*
28,000.00

Cerebro - vascular Accident with Hemorrhage (CVA II)*
38,000.00

Acute Gastroenteritis (AGE)*
6,000.00

Typhoid Fever*
14,000.00

Asthma*
9,000.00

Cesarian Section (CS)*
19,000.00

Dilatation and Curettage (D&C)*
11,000.00

Hysterectomy*
30,000.00

Mastectomy*
22,000.00

Appendectomy*
24,000.00

Cholecystectomy*
31,000.00

Herniorrhaphy*
21,000.00

Thyroidectomy*
31,000.00

Radiotherapy*
3,000.00

Hemodialysis*
4,000.00

Cataract Package*
16,000.00

* Means that Philhealth will pay the health care facility directly inclusive of doctors fee or professional fee, therefore, this is directly deducted to the bill of the eligible PhilHealth member. 

There are other private health insurance available and that will be posted later.

Inpatient Benefits
These benefits are paid to the accredited Health Care Institution (HCI) through All Case Rates

The case rate amount shall be deducted by the HCI from the member’s total bill, which shall include professional fees of attending physicians, prior to discharge
The case rate amount is inclusive of hospital charges and professional fees of attending physician
Availment condition: Member must have at least three (3) months’ premium contributions within the immediate six (6) months prior to the month of availment
Documents needed: copy of Member Data Record or PhilHealth Benefit Eligibility Form (PBEF) and duly accomplished PhilHealth Claim Form 1
Where available: all accredited HCIs*
*Different case rate amounts for selected medical conditions are being implemented when done in Primary Care facilities (PhilHealth Circular 14, s-2013)
Only admissible cases shall be reimbursed
Outpatient Benefits
1. Day Surgeries (Ambulatory Or Outpatient Surgeries) Are Services That Include Elective (Non-Emergency) Surgical Procedures Ranging From Minor To Major Operations, Where Patients Are Safely Sent Home Within The Same Day For Post-Operative Care
  • Payments for these procedures are made to the accredited facility through All Case Rates
  • The case rate amount shall be deducted by the HCI from the member’s total bill, which shall include professional fees of attending physicians, prior to discharge
  • The case rate amount is inclusive of hospital charges and professional fees of attending physician
  • Availment condition: Member must have at least three (3) months’ premium contributions within the immediate six (6) months prior to the month of availment
  • Documents needed: copy of Member Data Record and duly accomplished PhilHealth Claim Form 1
  • Where available: Accredited Ambulatory Surgical Clinics (ASCs)
2. Radiotherapy
  • The case rate for radiotherapy using cobalt is P2,000 per session and P3,000 per session for linear accelerator
  • Includes radiation treatment delivery using cobalt and linear accelator
  • Claims for multiple sessions may be filed using one (1) claim form for both inpatient and outpatient radiation therapy
  • May be availed of even as second case rate (full case rate amount)
  • 45 days benefit limit: One session is equivalent to one day deduction from the 45 allowable days per year
  • If procedure is done during confinement, only the total number of confinement days shall be deducted
  • Exempted from Single Period of Confinement (SPC) rule (admissions and re-admissions due to same illness or procedure within 90-calendar day period)
  • Availment condition: Member must have at least three (3) months’ premium contributions within the immediate six (6) months prior to the month of availment
  • Where available: Accredited HCIs including Primary Care Facilities that are accredited for the said service
3. Hemodialysis
  • The Case Rate for hemodialysis is P2,600 per session
  • Covers both inpatient and outpatient procedures including emergency dialysis procedures for acute renal failure
  • Claims for multiple sessions may be filed using one (1) claim form for both inpatient and outpatient hemodialysis
  • May be availed of even as second case rate (full case rate amount)
  • 90 days benefit limit: One session is equivalent to one day deduction from the 90 allowable days per year
  • If procedure is done during confinement, only the total number of confinement days shall be deducted
  • The procedure is exempted from Single Period of Confinement rule (admissions and re-admissions due to same illness or procedure within 90-calendar day period)
  • Availment condition: Member must have at least three (3) months’ premium contributions within the immediate six (6) months prior to the month of availment
  • Where available: All Accredited HCIs – this benefit is no longer restricted to hospitals and free standing dialysis centers provided that the service is within their capability as provided for in the DOH license
4. Outpatient Blood Transfusion
  • The case rate for outpatient blood transfusion is P3,640 (one or more units)
  • Includes Drugs & Medicine, X-ray, Lab & Others, Operating Room
  • Covers outpatient blood transfusion only
  • One day of transfusion of any blood or blood product, regardless of the number of bags, is equivalent to one session
  • May be availed of as second case rate (full case rate amount)
  • 45 days benefit limit: One session for each procedure is equivalent to one day deduction from the 45 allowable days per year Exempted from the SPC rule
  • Where to avail: All Accredited HCIs
5. PCB 1
i. Preventive Services
  1. 1. Consultation
  2. 2. Visual inspection with acetic acid
  3. 3. Regular BP measurements
  4. 4. Breastfeeding program education
  5. 5. Periodic clinical breast examinations
  6. 6. Counseling for lifestyle modification
  7. 7. Counseling for smoking cessation
  8. 8. Body measurements
  9. 9. Digital rectal examination
ii. Diagnostic Examinations (as recommended by the doctor)
  1. 1. Complete blood count
  2. 2. Urinalysis
  3. 3. Fecalysis
  4. 4. Sputum microscopy
  5. 5. Fasting blood sugar
  6. 6. Lipid Profile
  7. 7. Chest x-ray
iii. Drugs and Medicines
  1. 1. Asthma including nebulisation services
  2. 2. Acute Gastroenteritis (AGE) with no or mild dehydration
  3. 3. Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URTI)/Pneumonia (minimal and low risk)
  4. 4. Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
  • Payments for these services are made to the primary care provider through Per Family Payment Rate (PFPR)
  • Availment condition: Indigent and Sponsored Members, as well as migrant workers and their legal dependents should avail of these benefits within the effectivity of their coverage as indicated in their PhilHealth ID cards or Member Data Records. iGroup (Gold) members may avail themselves of these benefits within the validity of their group policy contracts, while DepEd personnel may avail themselves of the benefits as long as they are still active members of PhilHealth
  • Documents needed: Copy of Member Data Record or PhilHealth ID
  • Where available: accredited rural health units, health centers or outpatient departments of selected government hospitals where members are enlisted
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BENHAM RISE: PHILIPPINES 13 MILLION HECTARE UNDERWATER RICHES


A new 13 million hectare area has been declared and approved by the United Nations to be part of the Philippine Territory. Currently, it is an undersea feature with depth of 40-2,000 meters and is rising. 
Estimated to be an island in a million years. Currently, it is known as a rich source of basalt.
The Benham Rise or more appropriately known as the Benham Plateau is a large undersea landmass, as big as the Philippines' largest island, Luzon. It is seismically active and is rising fast and may become an island in about a million years - a very short time for geological process.
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Friday, February 12, 2016

17 STUDY COURSES FROM TESDA WOMEN CENTER 2 - 7 MONTHS FOR 15 YEARS OLD ABOVE



TESDA Women’s Center (TWC) offers cheap college and technical courses that seeks to advance the economic status of women through training, entrepreneurship development, gender sensitive policies, programs and projects and research and advocacy. It was established through a grant from the Government of Japan.
Gate 1, TESDA Complex, East Service Rd., South Superhighway, Taguig City
OPEN PROGRAMS AND STUDY COURSES



Automotive Servicing NC II - 7 ½ months
Bartending NC II - 2 months
Cookery II - 5 months
Consumer Electronics Servicing NC II - 6 ½ months
Assembly/disassemble Electronic Products & System (COC) - 3 ½ months
Maintain & Repair Audio/Video Products & System (COC) - 4 ½ months
Maintain & Repair Electronically-Controlled Domestic Appliances (COC) - 4 months
Maintain & Repair Cellular Phones (COC) - 4months
· Dressmaking NC II – 5 months
· Food and Beverage Services NC II – 4 months
· Food Processing NC II – 5 ½ months
· Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) NC II – 2 ½ months
· Household Services NC II – 2 ½ months
· Housekeeping NC II – 5 months
· Pharmacy Services NC II – 2 ½ months
· Plumbing NC II – 1 months
· Shielded Metal Arc Welding – 4 months




Entry Requirements:Must be at least 15 years old
Must have taken the NCAE or 
Must undergo Career Profiling and Trainability Evaluation

Please apply directly at the TWC-IRO Information and Refferal Office and bring the following:
  1. 2pcs. colored 1" X 1" picture with white background
  2. Ballpen
Filling of Application: Monday to Thursday, 
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
FOR INQUIRIES:
Call us at TESDA HOT LINE number 
887-77-77 or 817-4076 to 82 local 278
Email Address: tesdawomen@gmail.com


Additionally you can study more courses here at TESDA general courses offered at the TESDA Centers.






This article is filed under:  TESDA, TESDA Courses, TESDA Courses for Women

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