Commercial model – Alan Curtis Models http://alancurtismodels.com/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 09:13:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://alancurtismodels.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-13.png Commercial model – Alan Curtis Models http://alancurtismodels.com/ 32 32 Model found dead in suitcase predicted her own death in chilling video https://alancurtismodels.com/model-found-dead-in-suitcase-predicted-her-own-death-in-chilling-video/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 04:30:40 +0000 https://alancurtismodels.com/model-found-dead-in-suitcase-predicted-her-own-death-in-chilling-video/ A model and sex worker whose body was found in a suitcase has predicted her own death in a chilling video she filmed in secret and sent to a friend days before her death. Russian escort Gretta Vedler, 23, disappeared in February 2021 while staying in a Moscow hotel before starting a new life in […]]]>

A model and sex worker whose body was found in a suitcase has predicted her own death in a chilling video she filmed in secret and sent to a friend days before her death.

Russian escort Gretta Vedler, 23, disappeared in February 2021 while staying in a Moscow hotel before starting a new life in Bali.

His body was found in a suitcase inside a car in a garage on the outskirts of a village near Lipetsk, 400 km from the Russian capital.

It has now been revealed that Ms Vedler predicted her death days before she disappeared.

Russian model Gretta Vedler was reportedly killed by Dmitry Korovin in Lipetsk, Russia. Source: CEN/Australscope

The victim secretly recorded a conversation at the hotel

The haunting video, which is spoken entirely in Russian, was secretly filmed by Ms Vedler and shows a conversation with a hotel employee at reception.

The footage appears to have been recorded on his mobile phone but kept under the reception desk so hotel staff cannot see it.

In the footage, she can be heard saying, “I’m from number 708. I was screaming, I was threatened with murder, but no one came to my rescue.

“Why? You understand that if something happens to me…”

The hotel manager then says something inaudible before Mrs. Vedler continues: “Remember, his name…”

She then repeatedly named her boyfriend Dmitry Korovin as her alleged future killer.

The friend – not named in local media – said she had met Mr Korovin “several times”.

“I didn’t like it at all,” they said.

“First, it is immediately clear that this person is unpredictable, unscrupulous and dangerous.

“Secondly, I’m sure he fully understood what Gretta was doing.

“But he didn’t stop her. And even vice versa – he took advantage of the fact that she was making a lot of money.”

Mrs. Vedler complained to her friends that Mr. Korovin constantly asked her for money and did not reimburse her.

“Dima [Dmitry] had a problem. Drugs. Gretta used different substances with him for a while but then quit,” the friend said.

But despite his huge debt to her – 1 million rubles (A$26,584) according to reports – she did not break off the relationship.

The couple argued before the model was killed

Mr Korovin told police that on the day the model died, the couple had an argument over Ms Vedler’s clients.

Mr Korovin, who was drunk at the time, claimed he threw himself on her and ended up strangling her before fainting.

Dmitry Korovin, who allegedly killed Russian model Gretta Wedler in Lipetsk, Russia.  Source: CEN/Australscope

Dmitry Korovin, who allegedly killed Russian model Gretta Wedler in Lipetsk, Russia. Source: CEN/Australscope

He said that when he came to, he found her cold on the bed.

He said he put her body in the suitcase and left Moscow with it.

He then kept it in his parents’ garage for a year.

An investigator revealed that Mr Korovin told him: “I couldn’t bring myself to bury Mrs Vedler somewhere in the woods, like some kind of dog.

“We were close to her, I couldn’t do that to her!

In the suitcase, activated carbon was also found.

Mr Korovin told investigators he had heard it would cancel out the smell of his rotting corpse.

He must undergo a forensic psychiatric expertise.

In a statement, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the city of Moscow confirmed that it was investigating a criminal case “against a young man charged with a crime under Part 1 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (murder)”.

“As previously reported, on March 12, 2022, the body of a model who disappeared in Moscow in 2021 was found in the garage of a country house in the city of Lipetsk.

“The defendant was detained in accordance with Article 91 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the Russian Federation. During the interrogation, he fully admitted his guilt, explaining to the investigator that he had strangled his girlfriend as a result of a conflict that arose due to Financial and domestic disagreements After committing the crime, the accused hid the body in a suitcase and moved it to the territory of the city of Lipetsk, where he lived.

“Today the investigation asks the Presnensky District Court of Moscow to elect a preventive measure in the form of detention for the accused. The criminal investigation is ongoing.”

– Australscope/CEN

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Development and internal validation of a model to predict type 2 diabetes complications after gestational diabetes https://alancurtismodels.com/development-and-internal-validation-of-a-model-to-predict-type-2-diabetes-complications-after-gestational-diabetes/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 21:30:08 +0000 https://alancurtismodels.com/development-and-internal-validation-of-a-model-to-predict-type-2-diabetes-complications-after-gestational-diabetes/ Ethics The data used for this study has been anonymized and the ethical review and consent of participants have been revoked by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Montreal Hospital Center. All methods were applied in accordance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethics for Research Involving Humans. Study population We conducted a retrospective […]]]>

Ethics

The data used for this study has been anonymized and the ethical review and consent of participants have been revoked by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Montreal Hospital Center. All methods were applied in accordance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethics for Research Involving Humans.

Study population

We conducted a retrospective cohort study of women who gave birth in a hospital setting in Quebec, Canada, from April 1989 to March 2016 (cohort entry); the women were then followed through 2018 to identify outcomes14. The cohort was constructed from the Maintenance and use of data registry for the study of hospital patients, which includes > 99% of deliveries in Quebec.

People aged 18 to 45 who had GDM in at least one pregnancy were included, with the cohort entry point (t0) in the first pregnancy affected by GDM. GD was defined as abnormal maternal glucose tolerance, first identified during pregnancy and identified using the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) 9th and 10th revision diagnostic codes (Table S1 ). These codes have already been validated and adequately capture GDM diagnoses with >90% specificity and >80% positive predictive values15.16. There are some variations in approaches to GDM identification in different centres, ie one-step or two-step approaches; however, both approaches are endorsed by Diabetes Canada17.

Women who died during their first affected pregnancy and women with pre-existing diabetes or its complications were excluded (Fig. 1).

Figure 1

Development of the study cohort.

Results

The primary outcome was hospitalization for complications of type 2 diabetes within 10 years of delivery of the first pregnancy affected by GDM. Complications of type 2 diabetes were defined as a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes with the development of one or more of the following complications: diabetic coma, acidosis, renal, ophthalmic, neurological, circulatory or other complications resulting from diabetes and identified using ICD-9. and 10 codes, previously validated in studies with 99% specificity and >80% positive predictive values ​​(Table S1).

The secondary outcome was complications of type 2 diabetes occurring at any time (up to 29 years) after delivery of the first pregnancy affected by DG.

The women were followed from entry into the cohort until the appearance of any of the results, death or the end of the study period (March 31, 2018).

statistical analyzes

We developed Cox proportional hazards regression models to predict type 2 diabetes complications, following the steps previously described.18.19and report the process using the transparent report of a multivariate prediction model for individual prognosis or diagnostic guidelines (TRIPOD) (Table S2)20.

Candidate predictors, variable selection and coding

We considered demographic, reproductive and clinical factors known to be associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes as potential predictor variables5.21. These factors included maternal age, substance use, morbid obesity, socio-economic deprivation (measured using a composite score of neighborhood income, education and employment)22pregnancy factors such as parity and multifetal pregnancy, and pregnancy complications such as hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP), severe maternal morbidity (SMM)23, stillbirth, preterm delivery, low birth weight, and admission to a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) or adult intensive care unit (ICU). Candidate predictors were measured at the time of index delivery (cohort entry).

Clinical variables that had low incidence were combined with other similar variables (eg, prior obstetric complications such as MMS, stillbirth, preterm delivery, low birth weight, NICU admission, or neonatal death were combined). History of obstetric complications was then combined with parity as follows: prior obstetric complication (in multiparous women), no prior obstetric complication (in multiparous women), and no prior obstetric complication (in primiparous women). When collinearity (r > 0.5) existed between variables, the most clinically relevant variable was selected.

Continuous candidate predictor variables (e.g., mother’s age) were modeled using restricted cubic splines with three node locations19. We assessed interaction terms and selected predictors that were statistically significant (alpha = 0.10)18. The final variables of the model were selected using LASSO (Least Absolute Selection and Shrinkage Operator) regression18.

Model performance and internal validation

The predictive performance of the model was assessed based on discriminatory accuracy, calibration, and risk stratification18. Discrimination was measured by the vs-statistics, which is the area under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUROC)19. AUROC ≥ 0.7 was interpreted as good discrimination and 0.6 to < 0.7 modest, while 0.5 to 0.6 was considered poor and < 0,5 comme n'ayant aucune capacité de discrimination. Les performances d'étalonnage ont été examinées en traçant les événements observés moyens par rapport aux risques prédits moyens par décile. Les pentes d'étalonnage ont été interprétées comme bonnes (pente > 0.7), bad (0.5 < slope ≤ 0.7) or not informative (slope ≤ 0.5)24.

Using a risk classification table, we examined the model’s ability to stratify the population into low- and high-risk categories. We divided the population into four risk groups, with the highest calculated risk group corresponding to the overall incidence rate of the outcome in the study population25. Likelihood ratios (LRs) were calculated to assess classification accuracy within each group26. For clinical use, positive LRs (LR+) > 5 or > 10 were interpreted as fair or good rule tests, respectively, while negative LRs (LR−) < 0.2 and < 0.1 were considered as moderate or good rule checks. -out tests, respectively24.

The model was assessed for internal validity using the bootstrap method with 200 iterations and overoptimism (i.e. the degree to which a model is overfitted) was reported18.

Secondary analyzes

Using the same selected final variables, we also developed a predictive model for type 2 diabetes complications up to 29 years postpartum and assessed the model’s discriminatory performance.

Sample size

We estimated our sample size based on the rule of thumb of 10 to 20 events per degree of freedom19, to avoid overfitting the model. With a total of 1025 events during follow-up, we had sufficient sample size to consider up to 50 degrees of freedom for candidate predictors.

Analyzes were performed using R version 3.5.1 (The R Project for Statistical Computing).

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Ludhiana | PAU students learn about the hydroponic agribusiness model https://alancurtismodels.com/ludhiana-pau-students-learn-about-the-hydroponic-agribusiness-model/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 18:24:29 +0000 https://alancurtismodels.com/ludhiana-pau-students-learn-about-the-hydroponic-agribusiness-model/ The School of Business Studies (SBS) of the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) organized a one-day educational and recreational trip for MBA, MBA (agribusiness) and PhD students on Saturday. The tour was sponsored by the Society for the Advancement of Academic, Athletic and Cultural Activities (SASCA) of the College of Basic and Human Sciences and Management […]]]>

The School of Business Studies (SBS) of the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) organized a one-day educational and recreational trip for MBA, MBA (agribusiness) and PhD students on Saturday.

The tour was sponsored by the Society for the Advancement of Academic, Athletic and Cultural Activities (SASCA) of the College of Basic and Human Sciences and Management Science Education (MSA), SBS, PAU.

The students visited the village of Mushkabad, Samrala, where a progressive farmer, Sardar Davinder Singh, practices protected cultivation on six acres specializing in bell pepper, cucumber, green chillies, brinjal and tomato, and counts more of 800 members in his society named “Working on the Mushkabad Model for Protected Culture”.

In addition, an exhibition visit to Nurpur Bedi, Nangal village was organized to inform the youths about the “Hydroponic Agribusiness Model”, which is supported by Pritpal Singh, a graduate of IMT Nagpur.

Pritpal Singh has developed a brand of his hydroponic products as a cult farm. He elaborated on hydroponics, value chain, market orientation and consumer orientation for various hydroponic crops such as lettuce, cauliflower and spinach, and also discussed his business plan. expanding hydroponics to a comparatively five times larger area with Equilibrium Vapor Pressure (EVP) technology. .

In addition, the students were able to learn about the agro-industrial model of the orchard and had first-hand experience of a farm stay in the village of Lalpura. Under 13 acres of orchard pattern, 10 fruits such as guava, banana, peach, plum, lemon, avocado, apple, etc. were cultivated. Lalpura House, a state-of-the-art farmhouse, was popular with students.

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Minutes after reaching Ludhiana, a resident of UP was robbed 20K, telephone

Ludhiana Minutes after a Uttar Pradesh resident reached Ludhiana for employment, three-wheeler gang members stole him 20,000, mobile phone and other documents. The complainant, Ashish Kumar, 24, from Uttar Pradesh, said he reached Ludhiana by train, after which he hired a car to reach the village of Fatehgarh Gujran. Apart from the driver, his two accomplices were passengers. When they arrived near Jalandhar Bypass Chowk, the accused brandished a knife and stole it, Kumar said, adding that the accused fled after dropping it off near Fatehgarh Gujran village. Assistant Deputy Inspector Harmesh Singh, the investigator, said a case under Section 379-B (Kidnapping) of the Indian Penal Code has been filed against the unidentified accused. A hunt is on to arrest the accused.

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Ludhiana Sahil, a Master of Science (Microbiology) student at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), was awarded third place in the oral presentation of his paper titled “Pre-treatment of paddy straw with microbial consortium based on biodigested sludge to improve biogas production”. He participated in the International Conference on “Global Initiatives in Research, Innovation and Sustainable Development of Agriculture and Related Sciences (GIRISDA-2022)” held at Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo (Bathinda ) from June 6 to 8. In his masters program, he is working on process development to enhance biogas production from paddy straw using in-house microbial consortium under the guidance of Urmila Gupta Phutela, Principal Scientist (REE), Engineering Department of Renewable Energies, College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, PAU. Microbiologist Phutela and Priya Katyal, Department of Microbiology, College of Basic and Human Sciences, PAU, are the co-authors of the research paper presented by Sahil.

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Here’s how long a Tesla Model 3 battery will actually last https://alancurtismodels.com/heres-how-long-a-tesla-model-3-battery-will-actually-last/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 20:01:00 +0000 https://alancurtismodels.com/heres-how-long-a-tesla-model-3-battery-will-actually-last/ The most immediate concern for potential drivers when it comes to the battery is how long it will last on a single charge. Indeed, the autonomy of a single charge has an impact on daily life. People want to know that they can get to work, run errands, and just go about their life without […]]]>

The most immediate concern for potential drivers when it comes to the battery is how long it will last on a single charge. Indeed, the autonomy of a single charge has an impact on daily life. People want to know that they can get to work, run errands, and just go about their life without having to worry about charging their Model 3. The simple answer to those concerns is that they can do all of those things with their Tesla Model 3. All Teslas get an average of 262 miles per charge, but the Model 3’s performance is particularly remarkable at 315 miles. Even better, if you have the long-range model, the average range on a single charge jumps to 353 miles (via OptiWatt).

Of course, as with any car, the range of your Model 3 will depend on a few things. First of all, the way you drive the vehicle influences its range. For instance, Ford explains that aggressive driving can lead to a decrease in the range of your electric vehicle, as maintaining slower, more steady speeds will increase efficiency. All of this impacts the distance your Model 3 can travel between charges, although to varying degrees. Road conditions also play a role, including whether or not your path has hills or other inclines. Even something as simple as turning on an electric vehicle’s air conditioning system can affect the number of miles you can travel with your Model 3.

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CSIR-IIIM Social Experiment Empowers Women Through Community Employment Model https://alancurtismodels.com/csir-iiim-social-experiment-empowers-women-through-community-employment-model/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 19:40:56 +0000 https://alancurtismodels.com/csir-iiim-social-experiment-empowers-women-through-community-employment-model/ On a bright sunny afternoon on June 11, a teenage girl was working inside a fenced plot on the outskirts of Pulwama, in the village of Bonera. Dressed in a modest dress, she was weeding a nursery of carnations, a cash crop grown for cut flowers. The carnation crop faces a sea of ​​small bushes […]]]>

On a bright sunny afternoon on June 11, a teenage girl was working inside a fenced plot on the outskirts of Pulwama, in the village of Bonera. Dressed in a modest dress, she was weeding a nursery of carnations, a cash crop grown for cut flowers.

The carnation crop faces a sea of ​​small bushes of purple-flowering lavender, an aromatic shrub grown for lavender oil. Like carnation and lavender, this farm has many aromatic, medicinal and ornamental plants, including rose, scented geranium, clary sage, mugwort and rosemary.

A large sign on one corner means that this place is the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISR) Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine (IIIM) Field Station Bonera, Pulwama.

Wearing a beautiful smile on her face, the girl identified herself as Seerat Jan from the nearby village of Bandzoo. She has been working there for two years. One of his neighbors, a member of the village self-help group, told him about this place.

She presented herself to the managers of this field station to work as a seasonal worker. Eventually she landed at the farm where she found many girls like her working as seasonal laborers growing and harvesting aromatic and medicinal plants. The physical atmosphere and the social security of this place attracted him; she invited her two younger sisters to work on the farm.

The three of them earn a decent amount. “It’s a good place for women to work, we earn enough money to manage our daily needs and also support our parents,” Seerat told Rising Kashmir.

Many girls like Seerat and her sisters; Uzma and Saima derive their livelihood from this 150 acre CSIR-IIIM Bonera field station, the largest such farm in North India.

Nasreena, a married woman from Looswani village in Pulwama is one of them. She has been on the farm since last March.

“Working here made me feel independent, the workers get a lot of encouragement and support from the officers here,” she said.

She added that they make their living from the place with dignity and respect.

“This resort has a secure environment due to which many girls prefer to work here,” she said.

We salute this scientific body turned towards research to invent a community employment model for women.

Locally, it is the largest employer of female workers. “In high season, he employs over 200 women,” said a laborer working on the farm.

Dr. Shahid Rasool, Chief Scientist, Field Station, CSIR IIIM, Bonera, Pulwama, told Rising Kashmir that it was his idea to approach the National Rural Livelihood Mission Pulwama with a proposal to employ girls on the farm .

“It was proposed before the authorities that the girls be employed after training them on how to cultivate these crops,” he said.

About 200 girls have completed the training and worked on the farm. “Most of them learned the skills of this trade here, they were given seedlings and they started self-employment,” Shahid said.

He added that 70 girls are still working on the farm and they plan to train them to start their own agricultural entrepreneurship.

He said that the breeding of aromatic and medicinal plants does not require intense physical activity.

“I’ve observed that women are very comfortable working here,” he said, “They may have found the ambience or the feel of the place appealing, many factors play a role.”

The senior scientist said they have repeatedly assured the women of safety and security.

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‘RHOA’ Season 14: Kandi Not Excited To Pose For Sanya’s Black Friday Shoot With Kenya https://alancurtismodels.com/rhoa-season-14-kandi-not-excited-to-pose-for-sanyas-black-friday-shoot-with-kenya/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 21:01:00 +0000 https://alancurtismodels.com/rhoa-season-14-kandi-not-excited-to-pose-for-sanyas-black-friday-shoot-with-kenya/ Sanya Richards-Ross asks fellow castmates Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore to pose for her company’s commercial campaign in an upcoming episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Kandi can be seen in a preview for this week’s episode, questioning the purpose of the shoot. ‘RHOA’ is back and better than ever for its 14th season. Despite […]]]>

Sanya Richards-Ross asks fellow castmates Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore to pose for her company’s commercial campaign in an upcoming episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Kandi can be seen in a preview for this week’s episode, questioning the purpose of the shoot.

‘RHOA’ is back and better than ever for its 14th season. Despite having been on the air for nearly a decade, Bravo’s success continues to heat up. The next installment of the ensemble title, which is already steeped in drama, is proving to be a must-watch. The preview for the upcoming episode highlights the tension surrounding Sanya’s photoshoot for her business.

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Olympic champion Sanya Richards-Ross chose to redefine motherhood holistically. As she became a parent, Sanya spotted a hole and a double opportunity: to build a platform that celebrates the wholeness of motherhood and women and to provide a support structure as she transitioned from athletics to maternity. As a result, she created MommiNation.com, a digital portal. To market her brand, she decides to call on her new casting comrades “RHOA”.

Kenya Moore comes to the filming location in the preview, where she is greeted by Sanya and Kandi, who are already there. Sanya informs the two of her fall collection shoot when they arrive. She claims to have brought three hoodies for Kenya and Kandi to model. Kenya, who had no idea she had been invited to the set to model, is baffled. She tells Sanya that she didn’t know she had to participate in the filming since Sanya forgot to mention it. Sanya, on the other hand, thinks she gave them all the required information regarding the shoot. When Sanya wonders if she has jeans or sneakers for the photoshoot, Kenya urges her to check out her agency! Despite Sanya’s amusement, Kenya can be seen in a confessional, searching for a “receipt” that confirms her role in the project. Kandi also adds in his confessional that “Kenya really doesn’t do anything without a cheque.”

When Sanya confesses the photoshoot is for her brand, MommiNation, Kenya asks if it’s for the website or the clothing promotions. Sanya informs them as the shoot is for their new line of hoodies, which is especially for the Black Friday sale. Kandi was upset when she learned she was now (reluctantly) doing part of a Black Friday Sale ad. Kenya and Kandi can’t believe they’ve been called in for a Black Friday Sale shoot, which Kandi says would make them look “cheap” given the premise of the event. When Sanya finally asks the ladies if they want to pose for her, Kenya says she might consider waiving her fee for the day.

Drew Sidora and Marlo Hampton, meanwhile, reunite over a meal to discuss their relationship issues and hope to rebuild their friendship. During their conversation, Marlo asks Drew if she was invited to Sanya’s photo shoot for her brand. Drew claims she was not only invited but also “uninvited” to the shoot, implying that Sanya had issued her with “an official dis-invitation”.

To find out what happened during the photoshoot and what friendship turned sour, tune into Bravo this Sunday, June 12 at 8 p.m.

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