Ayushmann Khurrana is a brilliant actor, and an even better singer, and we’re all aware of the hilarious television show host he can play–in a nutshell, he’s got the whole package.He is simply perfect at almost everything–and then there is his fashion quotient surpassing all his qualities.Ayushmann’s upcoming film Meri Pyaari Bindu is set to hit the theaters, and the actor can be seen at different promotional events–which of course, is a treat for our eyes.From mix-matching casuals and formals, to blending ethnic and western, Ayushmann’s attires are super-stylish at these events.While we relish Ayushmann’s public appearances, take a look at these ensembles he pulled off with utmost grace.The Mitti Di Khushboo singer donned an Indo-western fusion on Nach Baliye 8, and looked utterly handsome.Ayushmann sported a white-silver embellished jacket by Tisa, on a beige kurta, with a pair of Mr Button blue trousers. He finished the look with a pair of printed Vans sneakers, and boy, he looked mesmerizing.Picture courtesy: Instagram/afashionistadiaries Athleisure was never this spiffy, until Ayushmann Khurrana decided to give it his own touch. Sporting a Jack & Jones blue polo-neck t-shirt, with a pair of blue Adidas Originals joggers and jacket is the new way to pull off fashionable-athleisure.The blue-on-blue dressing gave his ensemble a really cool effect–something that suits him the best.Pictures courtesy: Instagram/ishabhansali Also Read: Prachi Desai is a little too cute to be true in this pink dress Ayushmann wore a black overcoat, and we’ve not been able to forget that royal piece of clothing. The black self-detailed overcoat by Raamz was the epitome of elegance, and Zara white shirt enhanced the classy ensemble. He paired grey and beige, studded Christian Louboutin high-top sneakers and a black jeans with the jacket–and we don’t remember coming across a better casual-formal amalgamation than that.advertisementPictures courtesy: Instagram/ishabhansaliAlso Read: 6 times Anushka Sharma’s fashion game was more relatable than any other celeb You’re turning into a fashion icon, Ayushmann, and we’re lovin’ the revolution.
Just as with career length, players taken earlier in the draft are much more likely to be honored as All-Pros. And the distinction between the first round and the remainder of the draft is impressive: About a quarter of all first-rounders who make the NFL find their way on to an All-Pro team, compared with roughly 10 percent for second-round picks. Even within a round, earlier picks tend to do better; for every additional pick in the first 100 selections, a player sees his chances of making an All-Pro team decline by about half a percentage point.7To get the slope of this line, we fit a local regression curve to the pick-by-pick data. This finding is similar to Chase Stuart’s research on the correlation between draft position and Pro-Football-Reference’s Approximate Value metric.When you look at these results by position, however, some players appear to benefit more than others from the reputation that comes with a high draft pick. Linebackers and offensive linemen, for example, are among the positions most likely to see first-rounders named to an All-Pro team, and they’re also among the most difficult positions to judge statistically.8Line play is perhaps the hardest part of the game to judge on an individual level, and a linebacker’s role — and thus his stats — can vary wildly depending on his team’s scheme. (Not to mention the leeway given to league stat-trackers when handing out “assisted tackles” to star linebackers.) It’s possible that teams find it easier to assess the potential of players at those positions, making it more likely that they’ll draft players who go on to become stars. But it’s also possible that players with good pedigrees and name recognition are being given preferential treatment when awards are granted, in the absence of meaningful performance data (like what exists for offensive skill players) to challenge our perceptions.Perhaps tellingly, the one position that doesn’t show a strong tendency for first-round picks to turn into All-Pros is quarterback. That might mean good quarterbacks are especially hard to identify, but it also may not be a coincidence that we have better, more granular performance data for quarterbacks than any other position, even compared with other offensive “skill players.” With more data, the media members who decide All-Pro status are better at differentiating between good and bad performers without having to resort to prior information such as draft position. And it follows that they may not be doing that for positions with less data.With all this uncertainty, teams are increasingly finding roles for players who enter the league outside the orderly stratification of draft day. Although undrafted players rarely persist on NFL rosters for very long — their average career length has declined more severely than drafted players in recent years9In corrected follow-up analyses to that article, we found that average career length fell by 0.5 years from 2008 to 2013 for undrafted players, compared with a decline of 0.3 years for drafted players over the same timeframe. — the league is churning through more players than ever before, and the overall pool of undrafted players has never been larger. According to our research, the number of undrafted players on NFL rosters increased from 497 players in 2005 to 746 in 2014 — a 50 percent increase.10The 2011 collective bargaining agreement expanded maximum training-camp roster sizes from 75 to 90, increasing the number of players a team gets to look at each summer.Criticisms of NFL draft decision-making usually focus on outliers such as Tom Brady infamously being selected with a sixth-round pick, but studies consistently show that teams do a solid job of sorting talent by pick and by round. At the same time, however, that skill varies substantially depending on a player’s position — and therefore the amount of data we have to judge individual performance. In the absence of better data, this means we still don’t really know how much of a crapshoot the draft is, no matter how much we study it.CORRECTION (April 28, 2:40 p.m.): An earlier version of the chart in this article gave an incorrect description of the data. The chart shows players drafted since 1990, not just those drafted since then who retired between 1990 and 2013.Disclosure: Author Zach Binney works as an analyst for an NFL team. From NFL front offices to fan message boards, the amount of time spent arguing over which players teams should draft is mind-boggling. Ahead of the 2016 draft — which begins tonight — the prospect-focused site WalterFootball.com, for example, has compiled 315 mock drafts from across the internet. And apparently it’s been a slow year; in 2013, it collected 618.Such obsessive study would be unnecessary if the right answers were obvious. They rarely are. So some observers have called the draft a “crapshoot,” but things are more complicated than that, too. There’s plenty of data to suggest that the draft acts like an efficient market and that when a player is picked speaks volumes about what kind of career he will have. We studied it ourselves, looking for evidence that teams know what they’re doing. But every step of the way, we also found reasons to believe that many of the measures used to quantify a draft pick’s success contain flaws — some relating to draft position itself — that may be unavoidable for now.For our draft research, we used information from Pro-Football-Reference.com for players who were drafted in 1990 or later, made the NFL1Playing in at least one regular season game. and retired before 2013.2No special reason we picked 1990. To maintain consistency, we excluded players from before 1994 who were drafted in rounds after the seventh. First, we looked at the most basic measure of NFL success — the average length of a player’s career — based on the round in which he was drafted.3Career length was measured from the first year a player appeared in at least one regular season game to the last year he appeared in at least one regular season game, counting both years as full. No surprises here: The higher the draft pick, the longer a player will stick around in the NFL. First-rounders last a year longer than second-rounders, and the same goes for second-rounders compared with third-rounders. The gaps between rounds narrow slightly in the latter half of the draft, but a seventh-round pick like Mr. Irrelevant, the last pick of the NFL draft, can expect a career just under half as long as the average first-rounder.This is evidence that teams are getting better talent in earlier rounds. And these different career lengths can’t be explained away by different positions being drafted in different rounds: Aside from quarterbacks being more common in the first round4They make up about 8 percent of picks in round one, versus 4 percent in later rounds. and special teamers being more common later in the draft,5They’re taken with fewer than 1 percent of picks in the first two rounds and at about 3 percent in rounds six and seven. the positional breakdowns are remarkably similar across rounds.But there are several issues with using career length to measure draft success. One is that it’s undeniable that early-round draft picks are given more opportunities than most players. In addition to whatever real (or perceived) talent advantage allowed them to be picked highly, first-round picks are lavished with extra coaching and playing time not afforded to lower-status players, likely helping their careers last longer. Although NFL teams have a very vested interest in winning, it can be difficult to know when to give up on a highly touted prospect, particularly if the decision makers who selected him are still in place. This, in turn, makes it hard to tell how much of the longevity advantage of higher picks is earned and how much is a consequence of merely being picked so highly.Career length isn’t the only measure whose flaws can hamstring player evaluation. As another proxy for NFL success, we can use appearances on the All-Pro team, which honors the best players at each position in a given season.6While the Pro Bowl is the official All-Star event of the NFL, it suffers from some serious roster inflation, leading to the listing of more than a hundred players per year and watering down the quality of what constitutes an excellent player.
Related Items:cockburn town medical center, HJ robinson high school, meleck cummings, nurse week, rienwald lewis Recommended for you Government not endorsing private fundraisers for HJ Robinson High Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppGrand Turk, 16 Oct 2014, Interhealth Canada Press Release – The TCI Hospital team at the Cockburn Town Medical Centre recently presented the Helena Jones Robinson High School in Grand Turk, with over $1500 dollars in cash, towards the purchase of an electric school-bell. The much needed funds were raised during this year’s Nurses’ Week celebration, a “Nurses in Concert” event, where nurses displayed their talent through dance and song. The nursing staff was well supported by Primary Health Care and Wellness Centre teams. Site Director at the Cockburn Medical Centre Meleck Cummings said, “We would like to use this opportunity to express appreciation to everyone who made contributions towards the concert; they include our MC, Huntley Forbes JR, Father Mark Kendall and the Anglican Church Family for providing the venue.” Principal of the H.J. Robinson High school Rienwald Lewis said, “The delivery came as so much of a surprise. We are extremely grateful to Mr. Cummings and the TCI Hospital team, for taking the time to get to know the students of the H. J. Robinson High School, recognizes our needs and embracing our mission”END Officials complete tour of damage at HJ Robinson; school resumes Monday Feb 8 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp School fire reveals serious cracks in emergency response in Grand Turk
Related Items:#pinkeyecasesincreaseinTCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 8, 2017 – Providenciales – The Ministry of Health, Agriculture and Human Services wishes to advise the public of an increase number of cases of conjunctivitis in the TCI. Conjunctivitis, also called “pink eye”, is defined as an inflammation of the conjunctiva and can be caused by virus, bacteria or allergy. It can affect children and adults. Viral conjunctivitis is typically caused by a virus that can also cause the common cold. A person may have symptoms of conjunctivitis alone, or as part of a general cold syndrome like fever, a sore throat, and runny nose.Viral conjunctivitis is highly contagious. Usually, people catch it from touching something that has been in contact with an infected person’s eye (eg, door handle, towel or pillow case) and then that person touches his or her eyes. If you have pink eye, your eye (or eyes) might:●Turn pink or red●Weep or ooze a gooey liquid●Become itchy or burn●Get stuck shut, especially when you first wake upThe symptoms can last for several days.The treatment depends on the cause. When pink eye is caused by a virus, the antibiotics will not help. You can use warm or cool compresses, to relieve the pain and irritation in the eyes. Most cases of pink eye go away on their own without treatment, but it is best to see your primary care physician if you are experiencing these symptoms so that you can be treated properly. Simple hygiene measures can help minimize transmission to others.●Adults or children with bacterial or viral conjunctivitis should not share handkerchiefs, tissues, towels, cosmetics, or bed sheets/pillows with uninfected family or friends.●Hand washing is an essential and highly effective way to prevent the spread of infection. Hands should be wet with water and plain soap, and rubbed together for 15 to 30 seconds. Teach children to wash their hands before and after eating and after touching the eyes, coughing, or sneezing.●Alcohol-based hand rubs are a good alternative for disinfecting hands if a sink is not available.Persons with viral conjunctivitis must remain home from school and work to avoid spreading the virus to others.For more information, contact the Health Promotion and Advocacy Unit on 3382772.Press Release: TCIG#pinkeyecasesincreaseinTCI
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 26, 2017 – Providenciales – In our zeal to shed more light on the ongoing debate in the UK about how British taxpayers dollars can and cannot be used in relation to its overseas territories, we wrongly stated in our news report on the issue, that no aid had come from the United Kingdom as yet for the TCI. This, as many of you have pointed out is far from true.Magnetic Media is well aware of this fact, as since the troops landed in Providenciales and were greeted at the airport by the Governor, we have been giving coverage of this stellar showing by the British armed forces.Reports on their work in medical, engineering, peace-keeping, humanitarian aid, the arrival of the British ship RFA Mounts Bay and the visit of the UK Foreign Minister, Rt Hon Lord Ahmad have all been reported upon by this organisation.Additionally, Magnetic Media will this week show our viewers around the Caribbean the work the #UKCommandos were busy with in Blue Hills, Providenciales. It’s a great feature and it will a part of Turquoise Morning TV show.The UK has given in many tangible ways to these islands in the aftermath of both Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria; the support is indisputable and it is commendable.#MagneticMedia thought it important to draw reference to our track record on highlighting UK efforts on the ground since the storms, in particular as we are profoundly sorry for the error.We apologize, sincerely for any ill feelings caused. Related Items:#UKCommandos, magneticmedia #Metoo-movement-type complaint, now investigation of high-ranking TCI Police Officer opened TCI: Man safe now, says he was trapped after lightning hit truck and it burst into flames T&T companies tap into Cuban market at Expo Caribe 2019 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you