April 23, 1963|
|Died||7 February 2010
Jamim Shah (Nepali: जमिम शाह) (1963–2010) was a Nepalese media entrepreneur and the chairman of Channel Nepal Pvt. Ltd. He was the pioneer of commercial cable television network in Nepal with over 1,000 kilometres of cable network. He also had two newspapers (now closed) and a television channel "Channel Nepal", which is the first satellite television company in Nepal.
Shah was born in Wotu area of Kathmandu was a descendant of a Kashmiri family. He got his primary education from Laboratory School in Kirtipur and completed high schooling from Durbar High School. He then went to Taiwan aiming to be a pilot but he did not complete the formal training. Shah's business ambitions had started in a fashion shop, when he was still in college.
Jamim was the second son of a retired government officer Dr. Mohim and Ayesha Shah. He was married to Anjali at an age of 22  and the couple has a son Jacky. Jamim was shot on February 7, 2010 by a group of criminals with the suspected help of some Indian and Nepali  police officers.
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