Welcome to my fictional country, Big City! If you are new here, start reading from this one and then move up the order. 🙂
Before reading, it would be helpful to read blog #72, #73, #95, #96 and #97. After international-level terrorist Bunty Amarnathpo was executed by the Big Citian forces, they had realized that the government had accidentally killed a body double and then the real Bunty was tracked down and executed two days later and the […]
The ‘Train 35’ was a train carrying 300 people that went into a 8.5km tunnel in Iam, Dezo and never came out. The people noticed that the train had gone into the tunnel and didn’t come out of the other end within the usual 4-5 minutes and after about 25 minutes, a team of policemen […]
I have started experimenting with Photoshop and took a few hours and designed this jersey for the Big Citian National Football Team. Tell me if you like it. Blogs will resume from 28th Feb 2019.
On 30th of June, 2048, there was a data breach of Big City’s intelligence agencies made by anonymous users in Kazakhstan. The data breach was patched up and there was no apparent leakage of information. But, on 1st July, 2048, all of Big City’s nuclear codes were tweeted out by an account under the name […]
The Busicity Group is the owner of Big City’s largest bus service called “Big Busicity” and is also the second-largest holding company in the country. The Busicity Group was formed in 1996 by Chan Yu & Maya Corkill. Yu and Corkill decided to also create the “Big Busicity” bus company to connect all of Big […]
Big City celebrated its 100th Independence Day on 20th October, 2045. There were all the usual celebrations such as the lighting of “Das Flemme” on 19th October, the Prime Minister’s address to the nation the next day and the national anthem at 12AM on 20th October. But, since this was the 100th Independence Day, the […]
After the ending of the First World War in 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed by Germany and the Allied Powers. Big City was a German colony erstwhile and according to the treaty, Germany lost all its overseas colonies. This resulted in Big City coming under British rule. Henry Ellener was appointed as the […]