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Month: April 2016

Case outline: Republic of the Philippines v. Sandiganbayan, Major General Josephus Q. Ramas, Elizabeth Dimaano – G.R. No. 104768

After a PCGG search and seizure operation, Major General Josephus Q. Ramas and Elizabeth Dimaano are found to have acquired ill gotten wealth through a connection to President Ferdinand E. Marcos. The Sandiganbayan dismisses the case due to lack of evidence on the part of the Republic of the Philippines, PCGG jurisdiction, and the manner in which the search and seizure is conducted. The Republic takes the case to the Supreme Court.

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How to Sync Google Calendar and Lightning

A calendar software is an essential part in any person’s life. It is a vital time management tool for students and professionals who live through dizzying arrays of activities day in and day out. At times, they are seen as sanity-keepers because they make sense of things which would seem insane for any person to undertake.

Calendar software applications are not new things, they are not sui generis — a thing or class of their own. In fact, a cursory Google search results to hundreds of millions of results — literally. That being the case, it is no longer relevant to discuss how to use them. After all, a calendar is a calendar is a calendar. However, syncing them with a desktop calendar application is a totally a different matter. This blog post on how to sync Google Calendar and Mozilla Lightning.

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