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BIGGBuilding Institutions for Good Governance (USAID)
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This year's edition of India's most awaited reality show, Bigg Boss, brings together the angelic and demonic elements that depict 'Jannat' (heaven) and 'Jahannum' (hell) -- two extreme traits that reside within the hearts and lives of the celebrity contestants.
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Shenaz Muzaffer, prosecuting at Birmingham Crown Court, said a teenage girl had told Bigg she had been robbed in a park in Kings Norton on August 10 last year.
At the time of his escape, Biggs had served just 15 months of the 30-year sentence he was handed for his part in the robbery of a Royal Mail freight train between London and Glasgow on August 8 1963.
Yet if it wasn't for what happened afterwards, Biggs would just have gone down in history as a bungling member of the gang who spent most of the robbery sitting in a truck with a useless mate he had brought in to move the train - only to discover he couldn't as it was a newer model with which he wasn't familiar.
Biggs, who has died aged 84, was soon caught and jailed, but his escape from a London prison and decades on the run turned him into a media sensation and something of a notorious British folk hero.
On Monday, Biggs, of Moxhull Road, Kingstanding, was jailed for two years after admitting 17 counts of fraud, nine thefts and perverting the course of justice.
Her story is now being told in ITV1's five-part drama Mrs Biggs, who was a consultant on the programme.
Role: Smith Charmian, who fled to Australia with Biggs when he escaped from jail in 1965, is working with the programme makers on the show, which is called Mrs Biggs.