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Share This Article Related Article The ‘Stand With JNU’ campaign began shortly after Kumar’s arrest on February 12.” he said. Reuters There was drama to the end,000, said More Around 2000 vials have been distributed among 21 rural hospitals and three sub-district hospitals as most of the cases are from BhorVelhaGhodegaonJunnar and Khed For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLos Angeles: Corrupt football official-turned-whistleblower Chuck Blazer whose evidence helped trigger the FIFA bribery scandal died on Wednesday his lawyers said Blazer who was banned for life from all football activities for corruption in 2015 had been battling cancer up to his death He was 72 File image of former FIFA executive member Chuck Blazer Reuters "We are truly saddened by the passing of our client and friend Chuck Blazer" his lawyers said in a statement to AFP "His misconduct for which he accepted full responsibility should not obscure Chuck’s positive impact on international soccer" the statement added The bearded hulking football official was a pivotal figure in the corruption scandal which convulsed FIFA in 2015 and ultimately led to the downfall of former supremo Sepp Blatter Yet for years Blazer himself was seen as emblematic of the worst excesses of FIFA during the Blatter era unapologetically pocketing millions to fund a luxurious globe-trotting VIP lifestyle His notorious excesses included an $18000-a-month apartment in Trump Tower in New York — and a separate $6000 unit in the same building just to keep his mob of unruly cats Blazer had pleaded guilty in 2013 to charges of racketeering wire fraud money laundering and tax evasion as part of a web of corruption that spanned multiple decades "Chuck felt profound sorrow and regret for his actions" his attorneys said Wednesday "He expressed sincere remorse towards his former constituents and colleagues and to all of the soccer players and fans disappointed by his conduct" While FIFA banned Blazer in 2015 he had in fact cut a deal to work with investigators years earlier taking recording devices into meetings to help build a case against corrupt officials across the globe ‘Mr Ten Percent’ Blazer had risen to power through his work with CONCACAF the ruling body for football in North America Central America and the Caribbean where he served as general secretary from 1990 until 2011 He was a powerful member of FIFA’s corruption-tainted Executive Committee from 1996 to 2013 April when he was succeeded by US Soccer’s Sunil Gulati Blazer notoriously trousered vast earnings during his years as a football powerbroker with one estimate suggesting he raked in millions to fund his extravagant lifestyle A 2013 report by CONCACAF’s integrity committee said Blazer had received more than $206 million in commissions fees and rental payments from the organisation between 1996 to 2011 Between 2004 and 2011 some $26 million of CONCACAF expenses were charged to his personal American Express account He was a close confidante of former CONCACAF President Jack Warner who is also facing charges in the United States related to the scandal Blazer was nicknamed "Mr Ten Percent" due to an arrangement he had with CONCACAF which granted him 10 percent of the regional confederation’s revenues Blazer was unrepentant about the sums directed his way however insisting they were just reward for his work in helping to build the profile of football in the CONCACAF region "I’m perfectly satisfied that I did an excellent job" Blazer once said about his sweetheart deal with CONCACAF "I spent 21 years building the confederation and its competitions and its revenues and I’m the one responsible for its good levels of income" Opulent lifestyle: for cats However the opulent trappings of his office became ever more blatant During his tenure as one of football’s senior chieftains Blazer kept a blog —"Travels with Chuck Blazer and Friends"— dedicated to chronicling his brushes with celebrities and world leaders posing with the likes of Vladimir Putin Nelson Mandela and Miss Universe Yet his luck ran out when he attempted to conceal his true level of income after failing to file tax returns between 2005 and 2010 According to one account Blazer was arrested in New York by an FBI agent and an Internal Revenue Service official in 2011 as he trundled along on a mobility scooter to a favorite Manhattan restaurant the now-defunct celebrity hangout Elaine’s "We can take you away in handcuffs now or you can cooperate" Blazer was reportedly told Washington:Tens of thousands of people marched on Saturday from the US Capitol to the White House to show support for climate-change science and protest President Donald Trump’s rollbacks of environmental protections The Peoples Climate March took place under stifling near-record heat and on the 100th day of the billionaire climate sceptic’s presidency He was the target of many signs and banners mocked and criticised by demonstrators of all ages Hollywood megastar Leonardo DiCaprio took part in the rally walking with a group of Native Americans "Climate change is real" read a sign he carried DiCaprio who is a climate change activist took toTwitter where the actor said the Climate March has "inspired"him to hope for a better future Today’s #ClimateMarch leaves me inspired & hopeful for our future We must continue to work together & fight for #climatejustice pictwittercom/FcZhxGqGw8 — Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) April 30 2017 "Trump is rolling back the regulations he is talking about pulling out of the Paris agreement (the climate accord signed in 2015) he is trying to raise up oil and coal again even though they are on their way out and doing all the opposite things of what’s needed" mechanical engineer Robert Siegel told AFP Siegel who works on air-cleaning technologies had come from New York for the march Demonstrators march down Pennsylvania Avenue during a People’s Climate March to protest US President Donald Trump’s stance on the environment in Washington on 29 April Reuters Some protest signs put a twist on Trump’s famous slogan "Make America Great Again" One said "Make America Cool Again" and another "Make America Smart Again" Others pointed out the environmental costs of his frequent Florida weekends adding that his palatial Mar-a-Lago retreat is threatened by rising sea levels "We are the majority even though we are not in power right now A majority of people agree with this march It’s a powerful minority that is stopping it" said Bill Jenkins 65 A music teacher from Maryland he was referring to the fact that Trump won only a minority of the popular vote in the 8 November election Other signs and posters called for a greener economy with greater emphasis on renewable energy sources and warned against the danger of inaction by the Trump administration Trump has said among other things that climate change was a "hoax" tweeting in November that "the concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make US manufacturing non-competitive" For Kem Morawski a retiree living in Maryland the objective of the march was to show "Congress that there’s a lot of people out here —their constituents —that are concerned about climate change" As to Trump she added "I am not sure we can reach him" With inputs from agencies Written by Shivani Yadav | Chandigarh | Published: July 18 2012 1:37 am Related News A week after the Municipal Corporation was penalised by the UT Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum for levying commercial charges on a residential water meterthe forum on Tuesday again ruled against the civic bodythis timefor issuing a wrong water bill on a replaced meter Kanwar Gulwant Singha resident of Sector 44alleged that in January 2010his water meter was replaced by the Municipal Corporation (MC)without any request from his side According to himhe was not told the reading of the new meter at the time of its installation He received a bill of Rs 10985 in Junefollowing which he deposited the requisite fee for testing of the water meter Singh said that before change of the meterhis bills were restricted between Rs 210 and Rs 400 When he approached the MC water supply sub-division he was told to deposit the billed amountwhich he did under protest In July 2010however the defective meter was removed and a new meter was installed which then gave correct reading according to the consumption units It was pleaded by the Corporation officials in a written statement that since the meter in the adjoining house of the complainant was changed in routinethe water meter of the complainant also got changedthe first timeby mistake Theyhoweverdenied that the reading of the replaced meter was not disclosed to the complainant The forum directed it to adjust the dues of subsequent bills from the amount of Rs 10329 The MC was also told to compensate Singh with Rs 10000 and pay Rs 7000 of litigation costs For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Harpreet Bajwa | Chandigarh | Published: June 13 2012 3:43 am Related News If things fall in linethe jawans and Army officials posted in Jammu and Kashmir would get their daily diet of mutton courtesy Punjab The Indian Army has asked the Punjab government to supply of goats from the state to meet their dietary needs Keeping this in mindthe government is planning to push goat framing on a huge scale in the state The Army wants us to supply goats to Jammu and Kashmir for the personnel posted there They aim to cut the transportation cost on the animals as at present they end up paying huge amounts getting the goats supplied from Rajasthan and other states? AIADMK has no clearly defined political successor to Jayalalithaa. Soon, In urban areas, ?? most Hindus watching the sting operation on TV felt sick. Hence these men cannot be Muslims”?

2013 4:29 am Top News Poor buying sentiments in the housing market of Ahmedabad seems to be pushing several large real-estate companies to explore business opportunities and diversify their risks in the tried and tested,affordable? Take a look at some of the best tweets after India’s scintillating win at Mohali. going back to 2015, The ninth seed did not disappoint the legion of Japanese fans who gave him a hero’s welcome as he walked on to Court 12, For all the latest Entertainment News.