Mehandi, who started off his career as shahbad singer at a Gurudwara, and his brother were sentenced to two years of imprisonment.
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"After being suspended without pay, Peterson chose to resign and immediately retired rather than face possible termination". The FBI acknowledged that the tip should have been shared with the FBI's Miami office and investigated, but it was not.
According to reports, the incidents of the singer in collusion with his brother dropping off people illegally overseas during his concerts came to the surface in 2003 when a complaint was filed by Bakshish Singh.
It so happened that back in 2003, the Patiala police had filed a case against the Punjabi pop sensation and his brother on the basis of allegedly taking money from a handful of people to the tune of nearly 1 crore in the pretext of taking them overseas. They disguised the illegal immigrants as troupe members, and then, "dropped them off" there, says a report by News18. After the case was registered, several others had also come forward with similar complaints against the two brothers. It was also alleged that the Mehndi brothers took two dance groups to the US in 1998 and 1999, and illegally "dropped off" 10 people posing as troupe members. In 1998, he took a group of people as part of a trip to San Francisco with an Indian actress. The complainants alleged that the brothers had taken "passage money" from them to help them migrate to the USA "illegally", but had failed to do so. The court upheld that there was enough evidence to prosecute them. Documents, including the case files of those who had paid passage money, were found.
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Passengers were boarding the plane when the woman reportedly spoke to her colleagues and then jumped from the Boeing 777 . In a statement, civil aviation authority said the crew "opened the emergency door and unfortunately fell off...".
Shamsher died in October 2017 after suffering from jaundice.
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Orsi revealed that the budget for the spin-offs will be more than $50 million (about AU$63) per season. With a show as big and beloved as " Game of Thrones ", Glen says that "you can not please everyone".