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Charun

god of death. [Etruscan Myth.: Jobes, 315]
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An official of Booni police station told Dawn that the deceased was a student of a local college, whose body was retrieved near Charun village.
These three sites are: Pakhtordini, opposite Barenis in Lower Chitral and Charun and Rayin in Upper Chitral.
A presentation on School Hazard Vulnerability Risk Assessment (SHVRA) for 28 selected vulnerable schools of Union Council (UC) Charun and Malkow of District Chitral was also given by the NDMA team.
The Booni Police had registered the FIR under Section 341 of the Pakistan Penal Code against about 114 people from Kosht after they held a protest demonstration on Charun Bridge and blocked the Chitral-Mastuj road on October 1, 2015, for not reconstruction of the only bridge in their area.
He also approved additional funds for Chitral campus of Benazir Sheringal University in next ADP, increasing salaries of the staff of Reshoon hydel station, retendering of the rehabilitation of flood affected areas, expansion of road from Varagun to Tarich, Kosht to loane Mastuj and Bamborate to Rombore, black topping of link roads in chitral town, irrigation channel of Charun Oveer road, water supply schemes of Shotkhar and Torkoh in the new ADP.
Entre los eclesiasticos mas renombrados aparecen los apellidos de Obin y Charun, Roca y Bolona y Tovar.
(9) Para un estudio detenido de Pancha Parra, la importancia de Yawar Inka en las relaciones interetnicas asi como el analisis de la simbologia del toro mitico, vease el articulo de Rosario de Swanson "Palabras de mujer: intertextualidad, mito y memoria en Malambo de Lucia Charun Illescas" (311-29).