Kislap Taon 14 Blg. 393,
Marso 25, 1976|
Tampok sa taklob-pahina sina Nora Aunor, Vilma Santos at Michael Jackson
Events that happened on March 25
1898 – Federico Isabelo Abaya, in the so-called Ikkis ti Candon (Cry of Candon), fought the Spanish colonial government in Candon, Ilocos Sur, and liberated the town.
1945 – Start of amphibious landings of American forces in the Philippines, which is a turning point in the Pacific war during World War II.
1986 – A provisional constitution was put into effect by virtue of Proclamation No. 3 issued by Corazon C. Aquino. She also abolished the Batasang Pambansa (Legislative Assembly).
1990 – The international airport at Laoag City, Ilocos Norte was reopened. It was ordered closed by the Aquino government after the EDSA Revolt to bar any attempt of President Ferdinand Marcos’ return to the Philippines.
Personalities and celebrities born on March 25:
1935 – Gabriel “Flash” Elorde, champion professional boxer, in Bogo, Cebu (d. January 2, 1985).
1938 – Erineo “Ayong” Saquilayan Maliksi, politician – Imus, Cavite.
The 11th century bronze sculpture of Nataraja
(from the national Museum in Madras, India)
on the cover of Time Magazine March 25, 1996
issue, symbolizing the “Transforming India.”
Ang katawagan "Nataraja" ay mula sa mga salitang Sanskrit na narta rajan, na ang ibig sabihin ay “panginoon ng sayaw.”
Alam niyo ba na sa kasalukuyang panahon, pinag-aaralan ng mga physicists gamit ang mga pinakamakabagong teknolohiya at computers ang mga patterns ng cosmic dance -kung anong lihim mayroon ito.
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Arthur Robert Ashe (1943-1993) was the first African-American to be a member of the American Davis Cup team and the first tennis player to win the singles competition in the Wimbledon, US Open and Australian Open.On February 20, 1977, Ashe married Jeanne Moutoussamy, a photographer, which he first met four months earlier. It was the US ambassador to the United Nations that married them in the UN chapel in New York City.