This will be a great treat for visitors, where they will get to learn about the diverse cultural backgrounds that formulated the fundamental part of our country while tasting delicious food.
Lok Virsa plans to start a ‘Cuisine Museum’ that will serve traditional dishes to encourage local culture. The museum will entail mouthwatering dishes from different parts of the country. Taha Ali Khan, the executive director claims that Pakistan is ideally located and represents beautiful cultures and different languages, it is appropriate that we promote deep-rooted traditions and culture via cuisine.
This will be a great treat for visitors, where they will get to learn about the diverse cultural backgrounds that formulated the fundamental part of our country while tasting delicious food. Khan also says, that they are working to establish a cultural food museum as well, which will be only devoted to particular food items with cultural importance.
Besides traditional food, the Cuisine Museum will also serve Chinese, Continental, and Italian food. This is a great initiative. The executive director emphasizes that food ensues a pertinent link to our cultural heritage and through this, we aim to mend visitors’ experience.
His lack of remorse, despite accepting the charges, resulted in severe punishment.
The middle-order batsman has been banned for three years, from all forms of cricket by the Chairman of the Disciplinary Panel, Mr. Justice (retired) Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan. Umar Akmal was conditionally suspended on 20 February, right before the start of PSL’s fifth season this year where he was part of the Quetta Gladiator’s squad.
Akmal was charged by the PCB on two counts of breaching their anti-corruption code ahead of this year’s PSL. In his reply, Akmal did acknowledge the violation, saying that he was approached by two men on separate occasions. He did not inform the authorities of these meetings, which went against protocol and led to his suspension.
Akmal, then, chose to waive the right to a hearing before the anti-corruption tribunal, where he could have pleaded his innocence or contested the charges. So his case went directly to the PCB disciplinary panel.
In this hearing, however, he did plead not guilty. Appearing without a lawyer, Akmal tried to wiggle out of a tricky situation by justifying his failure to report the approaches. His lack of remorse, despite accepting the charges, resulted in severe punishment. His justification was understood to be feeble and was cited as a “farce”.