गृहपृष्ठ ∕ Nepal ∕ One held for allegedly murdering colleague in Malaysia Nepal One held for allegedly murdering colleague in Malaysia KathmanduPati December 18, 2023 File photo KATHMANDU – A Nepali worker who allegedly murdered his colleague in Malaysia has been apprehended. According to Nepal Police Spokesperson and Deputy Inspector General, Kuber Kadayat, the arrested is Anil Kumar Shah of Gaushala, Mahottari. He was on the run after allegedly killing Dhan Bahadur Pradhan on December 11. He came to Nepal after the incident. Nepal Police received a complaint about the crime and arrested Shah. He will be prosecuted for the charge within Nepal, it is said. Write your comments RELATED NEWS Over 156,000 children in Lalitpur to be vaccinated against measles-rubella Parliamentarians press for expediting post-quake reconstruction process College proprietor Gurung arrested on gold smuggling case Armed Police Disaster Management Base at Narchang KMC stops collecting waste from four hospitals About 5.7 million children to be vaccinated against measles Top Headlines Nepal, India sign long-term agreement on electricity export, materializing MoU reached during PM’s visit1 NC, Maoist Centre discuss about NA election2 Govt. forms former-judge Poudel led probe commission to investigate Balkumari incident3 Dhakal recommended as SC chief registrar4 1.3 kilos of gold confiscated from TIA5 Manpower agency owner arrested for cheating more than Rs 1.9 million6 President expresses concern over ’emptying’ villages for lack of employment opportunities7 PM Dahal stresses on developing innovative agricultural system8 TRENDING Pathao, Tootle resume ride sharing services after authorities relax lockdown A phone call that paved the way for RAW Chief’s visit to Nepal Nepal Army’s mission in Lebanon provides Covid support kits to local municipalities National Poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire no more Public Relations for a Soldier Nepal Army initiates investigation into case of financial irregularities by Lieutenant Colonel Janmat Karki Impact of Social Media on Nepalese Society This time’s Teej, social distancing please!