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UP Physics prof  up for Nobel Prize

Prof. Edgar E. Escultura has been cited by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for his work on the Grand Unified Theory.
Photo by Albert Garcia

TWO members of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences confirmed in separate messages that Prof. Edgar E. Escultura has been nominated for the 2005 Nobel Prize for Physics.

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The process of selecting a winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics starts in September, about a year before the prize announcement. The prize-awarder in Stockholm, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, sends invitations to scientists, members of academies and university professors in numerous countries, asking them to nominate candidates for the Nobel Prize for the coming year.

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T O P   S T O R I E S

·  Cut tale of the tapes—Enrile
·  House probers welcome Gloria’s decision to keep mum
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Laarni, 6 others face police questioning

· Bunye: GMA’s foes getting desperate
· Peace talks on track, says MILF spokesman
· MasterCard Int’l Hacker breached security system
· Oil firms raise pump prices
   

R E L I G I O N

The solemn and tranquil surroundings of San Carlos Seminary in Makati City suddenly turned into a carnival-like theme park when a former officer of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) broke into its gate and sought sanctuary on Friday night.

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M E T R O

THE Philippines will receive a grant from the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation for the country’s proposed land international security and commuters advocacy protocol.

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R E G I O N S

MUNICIPAL and barangay officials of the 15 towns of Albay—from mayors and vice mayors down to the barangay captains and councilors—have expressed their full support and confidence in the leadership of President Arroyo as they acknowledged that government’s programs and projects have improved their lives.

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S P O R T S

SHELL and Red Bull, two teams that were not tipped to reach the Final 4 of the Philippine Basketball Association Gran Matador Fiesta Conference, brace for a tougher series over their seeded opponents.

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Ten outstanding Tsinoys

THE Manila Times and the Kaisa para sa Kaunlaran Foundation honor today 10 outstanding Chinese Filipinos who have excelled in their professions and vocations and, in so doing, honored the Tsinoy community and improved life in the country. They will receive the Jose Rizal Memorial Awards for Excellence.

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Fr. Shay Cullen: Iraq War’s greatest casualty

· Ma. Isabel Ongpin: Beyond Bollywood
· Blair’s hand-wringing over Bush’s Iraq War plans outed
· Consolidating our fragile democracy
· Debt relief for 20 other debtor countries
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Career Times

A man of both worlds
By Rafael Alfredo Santos

EUGENE VILLALUZ confesses he has always had an ear for music.  Raised in a musically inclined household, he learned to appreciate the finer points of melody and tune from a home where his father and sister played the piano while his mother’s voice wafted in accompaniment.  His heart throbbed for it much like a love-struck adolescent adored a high-school crush.

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The San Carlos Seminary
Fathering future fathers
This is San Carlos Seminary (SCS), where priests father future fathers.
By Rome Jorge

LIKE any other boy’s school, the kids clatter and chatter with their black shoes and their incessant talk in the precious moments between classes. “P’re” is the salutation among peers. The archetypes of school life are present: the bookish nerds with their spectacles, the boisterous class clowns with their loud rants and even a few jocks with their splayed legs marking their expansive personal space. 

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