Malasiqui is a 1st class municipality in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 122,820 people in 20,798 households. It is mainly an agricultural municipality with rice, corn and tropical lowland vegetables as main crops. It is also famous for its mango fruits having one of the largest concentration of mango tree population in the Philippines. The word Malasiqui originates from the Pangasinan root word "lasi" meaning lightning.
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2011/05/05 13:02:00 Sun Star
Police on jai-alai in Pangasinan
LINGAYEN -- Much talk about lately in Pangasinan is the numbers game jai-alai, with betting stations already being operated in at least 35 towns and cities. Senior Superintendent Rosueto Ricaforte, chief of the Pangasinan police, said they cannot stop jai-alai operations as they are legal with business permits issued by the mayors. /taxonomy/term/0 read more
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