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August 31, 2015, Monday
  • Clean-up of area around EDSA-Shaw Boulevard ongoing following 5 days of INC’s protest. 14 minutes ago |
  • Traffic flow now moving along EDSA-Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City. 15 minutes ago |
  • Some INC members still trooped to DOJ early Monday morning & left only after INC’s announcement that the protest was over. 16 minutes ago |
  • Commuters who were at EDSA-Mandaluyong area about 6 am Monday experienced monstrous traffic jam due to INC rally. 16 minutes ago |
  • INC members rejoiced upon hearing their leaders’ announcement at about 8 am Monday that they are ending the protest. 39 minutes ago |
  • LRTA says the remaining value stored in the magnetic cards can be transferred to beep cards. 40 minutes ago |
  • LRT-2 removes from all its stations the gates for magnetic cards as it paves the way for beep cards. 40 minutes ago |
  • Registration for 2016 polls continues in selected malls in the provinces. 41 minutes ago |
  • Comelec reminds public to register for 2016 elections before deadline comes on October 31. about 1 hour ago |
  • Rains forecast over Central Luzon, Bicol, Isabela, Quirino, Rizal and Quezon. about 1 hour ago |
  • Possibility of the LPA near Baler, Aurora developing into a storm remote. about 1 hour ago |
  • LPA located at sea 390 kms. east southeast of Baler, Aurora. about 1 hour ago |
  • 9 killed in a collision between multicabs in Sultan Kudarat. about 1 hour ago |
  • INC evangelist Bienvenido Santiago says INC is concluding its protest as it has reached an understanding with gov’t. about 1 hour ago |
  • Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) ends its protest at EDSA-Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City. about 1 hour ago |
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Alisto! tomorrow

By Isah V. Red | Mar. 21, 2013 at 06:01pm
Danger lurks at any point of the day...at all times, one must be ready. Hindi ka biktima...maging Alisto!

Beginning tomorrow, 4 p.m. GMA News and Public Affairs premieres its newest program: Alisto!

Hosted by Arnold Clavio, Alisto! features videos of tragedies, accidents, crimes, felonies, and other documented hazards—actual footage as captured by CCTV cameras, cellphone cameras, and other video recorders. Clavio also shares crucial tips on how to prioritize one’s safety.

In its pilot episode, Alisto! tells the story of an accident that took place in Sual, Pangasinan: a commuter bus lost brakes and turned upside down on the road. Casualties were recorded, but it was seven year old John Christian who suffered the most squeezed in a window.

Eyewitnesses volunteered and manually pulled John Christian from where he was squashed. But the eagerness to help only made it worse for John Christian’s condition.

Alisto! also tackles the latest Modus Operandi that uses children as accomplices in thievery. Featured are women being beaten by their partners caught on CCTV cameras. What should one do upon witnessing such acts?

 
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