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Malolos

(mälō`lōs), city (1990 pop. 125,178), capital of Bulacan prov., SW Luzon, the Philippines, N of Manila. It is an old marketing center for surrounding farms. The Spanish settled there in 1580. Malolos was the capital of the Philippine republic proclaimed (June, 1898) by the insurrectionary leader Emilio Aguinaldo; U.S. forces captured the town in Mar., 1899. It is the seat of the Bulacan College of Arts and Trades.
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This project will construct a commuter line interval (approximately 38 kilometers long) as one of those proposed lines in the infrastructure roadmap, running from Malolos, the capital city of Bulacan Province north of Metro Manila, to Tutuban in the City of Manila, thereby enhancing the connectivity of the transportation network and alleviating the serious traffic congestion in Metro Manila, with the objectives of expanding the economic sphere of Metro Manila and reducing air pollution.
The elevated railway project will connect Central Luzon's capital province, Malolos City, with downtown Manila, particularly Tutuban.
7- kilometer narrow-gauge elevated commuter railway from Malolos in northern province of Bulacan to Tutuban in Manila.
Pax was a former member of an active dance group in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, before moving to Qatar, while Jhoem is a former dancer of a well-known group in the province of Malolos, Bulacan, in the Philippines.
There were simultaneous flag-raising rites at the Rizal National Monument in Luneta, Manila, the Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite; Barasoain Church in Malolos City, Bulacan; PinaglaA[degrees]banan Memorial Shrine in San Juan; Mausoleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion in Manila North Cemetery; Bonifacio National Monument in Caloocan City and at Pamintuan House in Angeles City, Pampanga.
On the other hand, Intensity 2 was felt in the cities of Makati and Manila, and Malolos, Bulacan; San Clemente, Tarlac; Aglipay and Maddela towns in Quirino.
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On the Philippine Revolution, see: Teodoro Agoncillo, The Revolt of the Masses; The Story of Bonifacio and the Katipunan (Quezon City, Philippines, 1956); Teodoro Agoncillo, Malolos The Crisis of the Republic (Quezon City, Philippines, 1960); Renato Constantino, The Philippines: A Past Revisited (Quezon City, Philippines, 1975); and Rey Ileto, Pasyon and Revolution Popular Movements in the Philippines, 1840-10 (Quezon City, Philippines, 1979).
Akihito Ishiyama, 38, former director of Tokiwa Post Office in Akita Prefecture, northeastern Japan, was arrested last week by police in the town of Malolos in Bulacan Province, northwest of Manila.
The facilities are located in the cities of Pasay, Paranque, Muntinlupa, San Fernando, Malolos, Olongapo, Dagupan, Cabanatuan, Quezon City, Cebu and Baguio.
7-kilometer North-South Commuter Railway project that will connect Tutuban and Malolos,Bulacan.