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Hemant Malla (born July 3, 1962) is a retired police officer, media commentator, visiting faculty and the president of Mac Assurance.
Hemant Malla was born on july 3rd 1962 in Kailali. His father Deo Bahadur Malla was a Farmer and Politician, He has a younger brother and a sister. He attended Birla Vidya Mandir in Nainital and did his bachelors from DSB College nainital.
Malla joined Nepal Police in 1987 as an inspector. He served in the Narcotics Control Bureau. for 12 years and went to to become its head, dealing with both national and international cases. He was promoted to the post of DIG in 2011. 
He served as the head of Administration Division, Metropolitan Crime Division, Training Directorate, Research and Development Directorate, Central Investigation Bureau (CIB), Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (police division)  and was the chief of staff and spokesperson of Nepal Police.
After serving in the police for almost 30 years he retired as the Deputy Inspector General in 2016.
Malla currently is the president of Mac Assurance, a risk management company in Nepal. Along with this he is also a freelance consultant, a visting facutly at: Nepal Police Academy, Judicial Academy, National Law Training Center, Attorney General Office, Administrative Staff College, Armed Police Force Staff College, National Vigilance Center, Money Laundering Department and National Banking Institute.
He is an active media commentator on international and national platforms like TV, radio, national broadsheet, online and weekly magazines on security crime and investigation
Hemant Malla is married to Savita Shah Malla who works in the UN. He has a daughter and a son.
Decorations and medals
- Suprabal Jana Sewa Shree (President Medal)
- Order of Tri Shakti Patta (Kings Service Medal)
- Order of Gorkha Dakshina Bahu (Kings Service Medal)
- H.M. King's 25th Throne Accession Medal
- Mountaineers Service Medal
- SAARC Medal
- Disaster Relief Medal
- Overseas Service Medal
- U N Service Medal (twice)
- Police Service Medal
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- "Nepal Today: FOUR DIGs OF NEPAL POLICE PROMOTED".
- "Nepal's top wildlife criminal nabbed in Malaysia". www.interpol.int.
- "Interview with Hemanta Malla Thakuri (Chief CBI ) Udhyam 2071-12-24 - Mclips.net".
- "Rebuild Nepal". 30 April 2015.
- News, C. T. N. (24 December 2014). "Three Kidnapped Nepalese Students Rescued by Royal Thai Police".
- "Police crack major human trafficking racket". CESLAM.
- "Central Investigation Bureau". cib.nepalpolice.gov.np.
- "Prized for performance". The Himalayan Times. 3 July 2015.
- "Women trafficking ring busted' seven arrested". nepalmonitor.org.
- "CIB arrests Chairman of Citizen Bank Pradeep Jung Pandey over graft case". sharesansar.com. 15 December 2016.
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- "Home ministry reshuffles 22 DIGPs". The Himalayan Times. 5 February 2016.
- Humagain, Mukul (7 February 2016). "12 Nepali doctors held over fake diplomas". Asia News Network.
- "Thakuri named Nepali Police Spokesperson". 28 September 2016.
- "Nepal police arrest 223 over nationwide strike". Deccan Chronicle. 13 November 2016.
- Pariyar, Kamal. "Security agencies on the alert for possible clashes". My Republica.
- "Police detains six in Kathmandu for protesting against Mukherjee's visit". ANI News.
- Khabar, News. "The highest crime rate in the country".
- "Bill on supervision of federal police and provincial police reflects state's unitary mindset". 9 March 2019.
- "Crime continues unabated during Nepal lockdown".
- Bhattacherjee, Kallol (19 June 2020). "Controversy stalks Nepal Army chief's visit to India border" – via www.thehindu.com.
- "Police want to be friends with the community but they act more like foes". kathmandupost.com.
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