A college student, who had gone missing around four months ago, was found blindfolded near a college in Kaliganj upazila headquarters in Jhenaidah district on Thursday.The victim is Maksudur Rahman Rana, a student of Kotchandpur Pouro College, and son of a certain Aminur Rahman of Harindia village in Kotchandpur upazila, reports UNB.Rana’s family members said he remained missing since 12 October last year after some miscreants picked him up in a vehicle from his village.Later, Rana’s family filed a general diary with the Kotchandpur police station and held press conference demanding safe return of Rana.Kotchandpur police station officer-in-charge Biplob Kumar Saha said Rana called his family members over phone from near Mahtabuddin Degree College in the town.Meanwhile, after his return Rana told his family members that he was picked up for interrogation.
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) on Sunday launched its new short code number 100 in a bid to solve customer hazards and problems quickly.BTRC issued a direction in this regard cancelling the previous short code 2872.According to the direction, the operation of Complains for Telecommunication Service (CTS) call centre has gone easier with the new three-digit short code.BTRC secretary Sarwar Alam told UNB the previous number was changed as it was difficult for customers to recognize.The customers will be able to lodge complains from 9:00am to 5:00pm on working days.Along with the short code, phone number 01555121121 and website firstname.lastname@example.org was also available to lodge complain.
.Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) is likely to take decision about publishing the final results of the 37th Bangladesh Civil Services (BCS) exams today (Tuesday), according to some officials.They said a special meeting was convened in PSC office at 12:30pm to fix a date for publishing the results.Another official said the result might be published today.The PSC has called off the processes of 36th BCS on Monday after recommending 23 non-cadre candidates for headteachers of primary schools.The results of the written exam of 37th BCS was published on 25 October. A total of 5,379 candidates passed the exam. Initially 8,523 out of 243,476 passed the preliminary test held on 30 September.In all, 1,226 first class gazetted officers will be appointed through this BCS exam.