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Census of population = invasion of people’s privacy?

According to the elementary civics textbook I’ve edited recently, through census, the government obtains information from their constituents that may be useful in making policy proposals and pertinent programs. The National Statistics Office is the government body with the mandate to conduct a nationwide census

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Class suspension in UP Diliman, September 28, 2011

Update from CSSP Student Council: Per Chancellor Caesar Saloma announcement: 7AM-1PM classes cancelled on September 28, 2011 to restore UPD to normal status (after being ravaged by Typhoon Pedring). Please do not go to campus at all if routes are impassable. You will be excused

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UP Diliman suspends morning classes, September 27, 2011

According to ABS-CBN News, the following universities have announced the suspension of their respective classes today due to Typhoon Pedring. As of this writing, Signal No. 2 has been raised over Metro Manila. Please stand by for any updates regarding the afternoon classes. Colleges and

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September 15 2012 Araw ng Kongreso ng Malolos holiday

Malolos City, Bulacan will be commemorating the 114th anniversary of the establishment of the Malolos Congress this September 15, 2012. The day, which this year falls on a Saturday, is a holiday in the said city as stipulated in the konAdministrative Code of Bulacan, which