1. Jan Kranti Party of almirah Jan Kranti Party (Hindi: ) was a political party in Uttar Pradesh, India, based on Hindutva. It was founded by Kalyan Singh, Former chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, on 5 January 2010 (in connection with Singh's 76th birthday) with Almirah as the Election Symbol of Jan Kranti Party. The launching of the new party occurred two months after the alliance between Singh and the Samajwadi Party broke down. Upon the founding of the party, Singh handed over the leadership of the party to his son Rajveer Singh, who was named national president. ------ 2. Rabindra Complex of almirah Rabindra Complex is located in Dakkhindihi village, Fultala Union Parishad, Phultala Upazila, 19Â km from Khulna city, Bangladesh. It was the residence of Rabindranath Tagore's father-in-law, Beni Madhab Roy Chowdhury. In British India; Fultala Union Parishad was a single village named Fultala village and was under Khulna district of then Jessore Mohakuma. Tagore family had close connection with Dakkhindihi village. The maternal ancestral home of the poet was also situated at Dakkhindihi village, poets mother Sarada Sundari Devi and his paternal aunt by marriage Tripura Sundari Devi; was born in this village. Not only that his grandmother Digambari Devi also was from Dakkhindihi. Young Tagore used to visit Dakkhindihi village with his mother to visit his maternal uncles in her mothers ancestral home. Tagore visited this place several times in his life. It has been declared as a protected archaeological site by Department of Archaeology of Bangladesh and converted into a museum.
Gyanadanandini Devi was Rabindranath's sister in law and was the wife of his brother Satyendranath. She had very close relation with her brother-in-law Rabindranath. During the 1982 Puja Vacation, Gyanadanandini Devi went to Narendrapur in Jessore to visit her Ancestral home, but the main purpose was to search for a bride from nearby pirali Brahmin family. With Gyanadanandini Devi, Kadambi Devi, Balika Indrani, Balak Surendra Nath and Rabindranath also came to see the old Vita. From there they went to Fultala (Daksmindihi) to visit the bride, the daughter of Binimadhab Roy Chowdhury; Bhabratini. At age 22, Rabindranath married Bhabratini on 9 December 1883 at Jorosanko. Later she was introduced as Mrinalini Devi. It is assumed that the father of Mrinalini was involved in supervising the business of the Tagore family.
According to Rabindranath's biographer Prasanta Kumar Paul's Rabindra Jiboni (The Life of Rabindranath), Rabindranath married Mrinalini Devi on 9 December 1883. His father-in-law Benimadhab Roy Choudhury, a landlord from Jessore, lived in Kolkata. His son Narendranath Roy Choudhury, better known as Felu Babu, would visit their lands in Dakkhindihi. Felu Babu's sons stayed at this building prior to partition. Before permanently moving to Kolkata in 1940, Felu Babu and his wife gave their property to a landlord named Bijankrishna Das as an exchange settlement. Naib Nabakumar Mustafi was in charge of the house and property. Bijankrishna Das left the county in 1965. Naib Mustafi's whereabouts are unknown. The house was taken over by others; 7 September 1995 the two-storey building was recovered from land grabbers. In 1995, the local administration took charge of the house and on 14 November of that year, the Rabindra Complex project was decided. Bangladesh Governments Department of Archeology has carried out the renovation work to make the house a museum titled 'Rabindra Complex' in 2011-12 fiscal year.
The two-storey museum building has four rooms on the first floor and two rooms on the ground floor at present. The building has eight windows on the ground floor and 21 windows on the first floor. The height of the roof from the floor on the ground floor is 13 feet. There are seven doors, six windows and wall almirahs on the first floor. Over 500 books were kept in the library and all the rooms have been decorated with rare pictures of Rabindranath. Over 10,000 visitors come here every year to see the museum from different parts of the country and also from abroad, said Saifur Rahman, assistant director of the Department of Archeology in Khulna. A bust of Rabindranath Tagore is also there. Every year on 25-27 Baishakh (after the Bengali New Year Celebration), cultural programs are held here which lasts for three days. ------ 3. Foundation of Party of almirah Second time, citing neglect and humiliation in the party, the former Chief Minister and national Vice President of the BJP Kalyan Singh resigned from his post and the primary membership of the party on Tuesday, 20 January 2009. Next day after meeting Samajwadi Party leaders Mulayam Singh Yadav and Amar Singh, Kalyan Singh announced that he would campaign for the SP in the 2009 Lok Sabha polls. Meanwhile his son Rajveer Singh, one of the main reasons of his disenchantment with the BJP, joined the Samajwadi Party.
On 14 November 2009, Mulayam Singh Yadav said that the poor performance of the party at the Firozabad Lok Sabha by-election was due to the loss of Muslim support because of Kalyan Singh. Snubbed by Mulayam Singh Yadav, former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh on 15 November 2009, Kalyan Singh reaffirmed his allegiance to the BJP and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and indicated he was willing to rejoin BJP while his son Rajbir Singh resigned from SP.
In January 2010, he announced the formation of a new Hindutva-oriented political party, the Jan Kranti Party, but chose to take the role of patron while his son became the leader.
At the time of the founding of the new party, Kalyan Singh declared that the intention of the party is to contest all 403 constituencies in the 2012 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election. ------ 4. Merger with Bhartiya Janta Party of almirah On 21 January 2013 Kalyan Singh announced the merger of his both formed parties, Rashtriya Kranti Party (RKP)which he formed after get suspended from BJP in 1999 and also merger of his later founded party in 2010, Jan Kranti Party (JKP) with his former parental party, Bhartiya Janta Party during the Atal Shankhnaad Rally of BJP in Lucknow's Jhulelal Park. While former chief minister Kalyan Singh chose not to "officially join the BJP" on the advice of senior party leaders. The reason for this was that BJP leaders do not want Kalyan Singh, a Lok Sabha member from Etah elected in 2009 parliamentary election, should resign from parliament. With an arrangement for over 8,000 at the rally, the BJP state leadership had been claiming that 50,000 people would be present, excluding 12,000 RKP workers, who too had joined the BJP along with their leader Rajveer Singh.
1971: Gating the parkA five-year redevelopment plan was started in 1971 to convert the regional amusement park Hershey Park into a large theme park called Hersheypark, as it is known to this day. This five-phase project was orchestrated by Randall Duell. The park was gated in 1971, and a one-price admission plan was started, which coexisted with a pay-as-you-ride general admission policy. The initial price for the one-price admission plan was $3.50 for "adults" (ages 12 and up), or $1.75 for "juniors" (ages 5–11). Children ages 4 and under entered for free. The general admission plan charged "adults" $1.00 to get through the gate, "juniors", $.50, while children ages 4 and under were free. This plan allowed people to enjoy live entertainment and any non-ride facility; if they wanted to ride rides, they had to purchase tickets just like any season prior. This was the only season the park had the general admission plan.
Another significant change to the park was the main entrance. Since 1907, it had been located at the intersection of Park Boulevard and Park Avenue. For the 1971 season, there were five entrances to the park. They were located at: Main entrance of Hersheypark Arena, near where the current (as of 2016) entrance of the park is, the athletic field (near Founder's Way as of 2016), the Miniature Railroad and across from the old Hershey Park Zoo (both in locations where Twin Turnpike stands as of 2016).
1972: Phase IIn 1972, the first phase of redevelopment was completed. This included the addition or relocation of a number of rides. Three new areas were constructed: Carrousel Circle, Der Deitsch Platz (The Pennsylvania Dutch Place) and the Animal Gardens. Der Deitsch Platz featured a Pennsylvania Dutch theme while the Animal Gardens was a petting zoo and replaced the old Hershey Park Zoo. Neither of these areas included any rides.
Carrousel Circle built to the west of Der Deitsch Platz and between Hersheypark Arena and Comet, which had been the site of a baseball field dating back to 1905, featured several new rides and a mixture of kiddie rides and adult rides. The Carrousel which had been sitting along Spring Creek in Comet Hollow was moved to the center of the circle, and rides were built around it. Three rides were relocated from the old kiddieland area: Space Age, Helicopters and Traffic Jam (then known as Motorcycles). Two new small rides were purchased: Scrambler and Monster. The biggest ride was Hersheypark's second roller coaster (third built, overall): Toboggan. (Toboggan was later removed following the 1977 season.) These rides were placed next to Comet, in the area of where the grandstands had been. The opposite side, closest to Hersheypark Arena, remained undeveloped.
At the start of the season, Hersheypark announced the five-phase plan to the public, which was published in a special section of the Patriot News on Sunday, May 7, 1972. A number of themed areas were planned throughout the course of the project. Some would come to fruition while others would not. Projects that didn't happen were the result of natural disasters and the gas crises of the 1970s. However, other things were announced, including that the parking area more than doubled in size and that the park was starting a "sunset savings plan" where you could save one dollar off the price if you entered the park after 6 pm.
During the 1972 season, the park experienced a flood resulting from the rains of Hurricane Agnes. Until the Tropical Storm Lee flood in 2011, it was the worst flood the park experienced. A number of rides were severely damaged, including the park's first log flume, the Mill Chute, and the park's slides Magic Carpet Slide, which never reopened. Both rides were often mentioned in advertising and were planned to be relocated or kept for the future. It resulted in a change of focus in where to put rides in the redevelopment, as well. One plan that was altered related to the Kissing Tower. The Kissing Tower was planned to be built in the Hollow area of the park for the 1974 season. Due to the flood, it was delayed until 1975 and built on the highest spot in the park.
1973: Phase IIPhase 3 of construction included building themed areas Tudor Square and Rhineland, divided by the permanent main gate of the park. Coinciding with that project was Hershey Chocolate Company's plans to build Chocolate World near the park's new main gate. Both Phase 3 and Chocolate World opened in 1973. As a result of Phase 3 plans, it was decided that the section of Derry Avenue between Park Boulevard and Park Avenue should be closed, and Park Boulevard redirected, as well. This decision was made as part of the park's expansion plans, as well as the incoming Chocolate World.
Coal Cracker opened in 1973, replacing the Mill Chute. It was built by Arrow Development Corporation, and was the first hydroflume ride. Also new for 1973, the Sky Ride. Designed as a transport ride, one station was located in Rhineland, while the other station was located behind the penny arcade, next to Coal Cracker.
1974–1977: Phases III, IV, VTrailblazer, the park's third roller coaster, fourth ever built, opened in 1974. Because of its addition, the Turnpike in Comet Hollow was truncated in size. However, it was the ride's last season in the park, because in 1975, it was replaced by the Twin Turnpike. The Twin Turnpike featured a middle guide rail, which reduced damage to the cars. The main focus of the area where the Twin Turnpike was built was the Kissing Tower, a 330 foot tall tower. Himalaya was also added in 1975, which replaced the old Twin Ferris Wheels. But, Himalaya only operated there through the 1976 season, when it was moved near the Twin Turnpike, which it replaced the old Whipperoo. The ride that was built where Himalaya was, it was the first steel looping roller coaster on the East Coast: sooperdooperLooper, opened on July 4, 1977.
That marked the end of the redevelopment project in the park, and the next major ride wouldn't be added for 10 years.
1978–1986: Redevelopment completeAfter the addition of sooperdooperLooper in 1977, the growth of the park began to slow down. Old rides continued to be removed and replaced with new ones, however. In 1978, the old Golden Nugget building, which featured a shooting gallery after the ride was removed, was torn down and replaced by the new auto skooter building and ride, the Fender Bender. Because of the larger size of the building, several neighboring rides were also removed. In 1980, Pirate and Cyclops were installed in an expanded section of the park. It was first expansion of the park gate, as Derry Road was being shut down so the park could expand in that direction. In 1982, the classic ride The Bug, one of the earliest rides installed in the park, was replaced by the Wave Swinger. Several kiddie rides were installed as well, such as the Swing Thing in 1984. The park also expanded further north in 1984, into a new themed section: Pioneer Frontier. The first two rides in this area was Conestoga and Timber Rattler. Dry Gulch Railroad was expanded, with an additional 1000 feet of track, and its engine, "Meridia", which had developed boiler problems, was replaced with a new, similar steam engine named "Skooter" built by the same company. In 1985 and 1986 the park did not install any rides, because Hershey Entertainment & Resorts chose to invest in hotel properties. However, those investments immediately did not do well, which caused no rides to be installed those two years.
Following the 1986 season, the park was to kick off its biggest new ride since sooperdooperLooper, and the first of many new big rides to come to the park, unlike any other era in its history.
1987–1999: Rapid expansionOnce Hershey Entertainment & Resorts got the hotel investments behind them, they were able to focus on investing in the park. A new themed area was opened, marking the first significant expansion of the park's foot print: Pioneer Frontier. Canyon River Rapids was built and added in 1987. Western Chute-Out, a set of water slides, was added in 1988.
The 1990s started off with the creation of Minetown. The old penny arcade was replaced by a massive three-story building, housing the Minetown Arcade, Minetown Restaurant, and games. The Flying Falcon replaced Himalaya, and three kiddie rides replaced the Coal Shaker. Four roller coasters were added to Hersheypark in the 1990s. The Dry Gulch Railroad received a second steam engine, named "Janelle", to complement "Skooter", the former had a similar appearance, but was slightly larger and more powerful than the latter. Sidewinder, a Vekoma Boomerang coaster, was added in 1991. In 1996, the wooden coaster Wildcat was added and was named after the Wild Cat that previously operated from 1923 to 1946. Great Bear opened in 1998, the park's most expensive single ride to date. Wild Mouse opened in 1999. Several rides were also added during this decade. In 1994 the water plunge ride Tidal Force opened. A Ferris wheel and Whip ride were added in 1997. Four other new rides were added in 1999. These include the Merry Derry Dip fun slide, Music Express, Chaos (since removed), and the Frog Hopper.
2000–2006: LandlockedThe year 2000 brought the biggest roller coaster of Midway America: Lightning Racer. Hersheypark's first roller coaster of the 21st Century was Roller Soaker, in 2002, which completed Midway America. A 65-foot (20 m) spinning pendulum ride called the Claw was added in 2003. Another roller coaster was added in 2004: Storm Runner, Hersheypark's 10th and tallest (at 180-foot (55 m) feet maximum height), until Skyrush was built in 2012. In 2005, Giant Wheel was removed and replaced by two classic rides—Balloon Flite and Starship America. Carrousel Circle, the first of the 1970s renovations of Hershey Park (now renamed Hersheypark), was remodeled into Founder's Circle in honor of original founder Milton S. Hershey. In 2006, Hersheypark introduced the Reese's Xtreme Cup Challenge, the first interactive dark ride to have two cars compete against each other.
Addition of water parkIn 2007, Hersheypark celebrated its 100th anniversary. A fireworks show occurred every weekend, and as another aspect of the celebrations, Hersheypark opened the Boardwalk at Hersheypark, a water park and themed area. The area filled in the remaining grass area of Midway America. East Coast Waterworks, a water play area, Coastline Plunge, four water slides, a FlowRider called Waverider, a kiddie wave pool called Bayside Pier, and Sandcastle Cove, a kiddie water play area were opened. Roller Soaker and Tidal Force were included in the new themed area, as well as Canyon River Rapids, which would be removed following the 2008 season. With the opening of the Boardwalk, the Canyon River Rapids and Tidal Force queues had their entrances and exits rerouted.
Following the 2007 season, the Western Chute-Out water slides were removed, as Coastline Plunge had effectively replaced them that season. In Chute-Out's place, Fahrenheit, Hersheypark's 11th roller coaster, built by Intamin of Switzerland. When it opened, it held the record for steepest drop at a 97-degree angle (commonly referred to as a negative drop).
In March 2008, the Hershey Entertainment Complex was certified as Storm Ready by the National Weather Service. This is awarded to communities and organizations/companies that are prepared for Severe Weather. The Hershey Entertainment Complex was certified based on their emergency action procedures, emergency evacuation plans and evacuation shelter(s) capability. The complex contains an extensive system of CCTV Security Cameras, trained security personal and extensive weather spotting and detecting systems.
In 2009, a new section of the Boardwalk was opened, replacing Canyon River Rapids. It was nicknamed "the SeaQuel" and featured two major water rides - a wave pool, the Shore, and a lazy river, the Intercoastal Waterway. The SeaQuel also included the addition of cabanas which was an additional cost for use. The cabanas entrance forced the removal of Rodeo from the park. Rodeo was relocated to Dutch Wonderland. As of 2011, the Boardwalk is home to six games, eleven retail centers and thirteen food concessions.
2010s: Skyrush, Hershey's Triple Tower, Breaker's Edge and Whitecap RacerOn August 2, 2011, Hersheypark announced their 12th roller coaster, Skyrush, set to debut in May 2012. Skyrush and the 2012 season will also bring back an abandoned area of the park, previously known as the Sunken Gardens.
In June 2011 it was reported that Derry Township, HE&R, and local transportation planners were examining the possibility of realigning Park Boulevard, which currently runs along the park's southwestern border, in order to allow a 31-acre (13 ha) expansion of the park. This would represent the first expansion in over a decade, as the park is hemmed in on all sides by roads, parking lots, and other entertainment facilities, and would increase the park's acreage by about 25%. In this plan the park would absorb land that was previously the site of the Parkview Golf Course, another Hershey Entertainment property, which closed in 2005. Such a project is not likely to begin for several years and would not be completed for at least a decade. As of 2017, the realignment of Park Boulevard is underway, but no plans linking this to an expansion of the park have been announced.
On August 2, 2016, it was announced that a new attraction will open in 2017 named Hershey Triple Tower. It will be located at Kissing Tower Hill. Three kiddie rides were relocated. The Flying Falcon Ride was closed and demolished after Labor Day 2016. Hershey Triple Tower opened on April 8th 2017 for Springtime In The Park. On the same day Hershey Triple Tower was announced, a Chick-fil-A restaurant was also announced, and it opened on the same day as the new ride.
On August 8, 2017, it was announced that two new Boardwalk attractions were coming in 2018. Two water slides would be added named Breaker's Edge and Whitecap Racer. Breaker's Edge is a hydromagnetic water coaster showcasing "flying saucer" turns and utilizing the former Roller Soaker's (closed in 2012) station & Hersheypark's 14th coaster, despite it being a water attraction for The Boardwalk. Whitecap Racer would be the world's longest "mat racer" water slide featuring six chutes and two helix tunnels. Both attractions opened in late May 2018, with Breaker's Edge being the evidently more popular of the two, with wait times reaching 2 hours at times.
On August 2, 2018, it was announced that a new dark ride attraction would open in 2019 called Reese's Cupfusion, in which riders would defend the Reese's factory from evil candies attempting to prevent the world from having Reese's products. This attraction will replace Reese's Xtreme Cup Challenge, which opened in 2006. It closed on September 3, 2018.
2020s: ChocolatetownFor the 2020 season, Hersheypark will introduce a new entrance area known as Chocolatetown, located between the original entry plaza area and the nearby Hershey’s Chocolate World. The new plaza area will include a large new Hershey branded retail store, an ice cream shop, a huge kettle corn stand along with the largest restaurant in the park that will include a full bar and outdoor patio. Inside, the park will also relocate the park’s classic carousel to a new home here, along with adding a Hershey’s Kiss themed fountain. The anchor attraction of Chocolatetown will be a Bolliger & Mabillard hypercoaster named Candymonium.
It can be. At work they're the bane of our job because there's 3 types of electric doors. These doors have a motor, piston and likely actuators by forcing them you're literally pushing against the motors and could strip the teeth or burn the motor by making it go against its design of a slow steady speed. The actuators could get stuck because they've been exceeded ame with the pistons.
Most non-automatics have higher heights than the automatics thus has to do with both gravity and mechanical exertion. See a door frame is fairly flexible and easily warps the more pulling upon 1 side there is which most electric systems have 1 motor for pulling/pushing and can't effectively be used both sides.Fully electric- These are our bane as you pull and it opens itself and cannot be turned off only stopped and direction changed.
Very convenient for lazy people or ones with children but wholly unnecessary. These can be dangerous especially if it has an auto lock upon closing that's also electric.Semi-Electric- We love these doors as they allow us to work in or near at our needs dicatate.
The first pull opens the door second pull again at any point disengages the electrics and it's now manual and can be reset by pushing all open or shutting the door. They also allow for emergency exit in event of power loss.Assisted electric- These are funny ones as they are often only seen on really big heavy doors or on specialty vehicles and often times get ignored by everybody.
The mechanism is operated by a lever and it activates the motor disengaging the door latch and opens it wide. They're often seen on physically disabled Vans or upon certain emergency vehicles to prevent crowding and allow for minimal assistance that can be easily averted. The added benefit is they can be operated as normal doors without any special system in place like on semi-electrics where you use the handle twice or flip switches.
In short if you don't want automatic doors then disable the feature on the drivers controls or with the settings if it's new enough. Just don't break the motors they're extremely expensive to replace in most vehicles due to accessing them being difficult. At my work we've replaced on one van alone the electric motor 3 times because someone forgets and forces the damn ramp door open breaking the motor and its actuator badly!Is it bad to manually pull on automatic doors on a car?.
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Well itu2019s obviously an electrical issue (just call me Captain Obvious)To me it sounds like a bad ground. The clicking is probably a relay latching and unlatching. A bad ground could also cause the gauges to stop working.
The door locks are a bit of a mystery as to why they unlocked but I assume it is also related to the same issue.To fault trace this will require someone who is very familiar with auto electrical systems, has a good multi meter, and a full set of wiring diagrams for your car.A careful examination of all the various systems in the car fining out exactly which systems work and which donu2019t is the first step and next is some serious time with the wiring diagrams to determine areas where the affected systems come together.
Then carefully testing should find the problem.What causes fuel gauge and temperature gauge to stop working? Also, there is a loud continuous clicking in the dashboard. I was driving and my automatic door unlocked then the gauges stopped working.
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I actually have a short story thatu2019s a character introduction for what will be a four book series about a vampire named Hugh.The whole story came about because an automatic door didnu2019t open for me on the first try and a guy who was watching said u201cWhat are you, a vampire?u201d And I thought u201cI wonder if automatic doors would open for a vampire. If they donu2019t show up in mirrors, can electronics u2018seeu2019 them?u201dSo I wrote this 20,000 word short about Hugh who at one point kills a bunch of baggers at grocery stores in the Midwest all because the automatic doors wonu2019t open for him.
Auto urinals also donu2019t work, and those automatic faucets.Amazon.com: Easy Street, Unpaved - A Vampire's Change of Fortune: A Short Story, Introduction to Hugh (Hugh- Vampire. Hunter. King. Book 1) eBook: Robert P. Wills, Mary Taylor: Kindle StoreIf you were an automatic door, who wouldn't you open for?.