Nikesh Chapagain

Senior Contributor
Nikesh Chapagain is a Texan native who has spent over five years as a journalist and political analyst. He graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas and has since been published by the Texas Observer, the Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Business Journal, and many other outlets. His first book is The People’s Candidate.

Suspect Opens Fire Near US Consulate in Saudi Arabia

A suspect was neutralized by Saudi security guards after he opened fire near the US consulate. The suspect, whose motives are still shrouded in mystery, stopped his car near the Us consulate in Jeddah and exchanged fire with the security guards, killing one security guard and injuring another.

Titanic Tourist Submarine Feared To Have Run Out Of Oxygen

While the search for the missing tourist submarine continues, officials are worried that the submarine may not have enough oxygen by now. The OceanGate Expeditions exploratory submarine called Titan went missing on June 18 and the rescue teams have not been able to locate its whereabouts after days of search.

Scientists Uncover Secret Corridor In Pyramid Of Giza

The Egyptian Pyramids of Giza are one of the biggest mysteries that scientists have been trying to solve. The 4,500 years old pyramids mark the greatness of Egyptian civilization and were the world’s first tallest objects on record. While uncovering the mystery of the Pyramids, scientists have uncovered a secret nine meters long corridor hinting at something remarkable. 

Tom Holland Leaves Social Media Due To Mental Health Reasons

In a video he posted hours back, Tom Holland reveals he is parting ways with social media due to mental health problems. Tom Holland, ‘Spider man’, says he is going to delete the Instagram app because it affects his mental health. ‘I’ve taken a break from social media for my mental health because I find Instagram and twitter to be overstimulating, to be overwhelming.’, He says in his latest video on his social media.

Don’t Miss The Last Supermoon Of The Year

This Thursday, August 11, 2022, will see the final supermoon of the year. August’s full moon, also known as the “Sturgeon Moon,” peaks on Thursday at 9:36 p.m. EDT (0:136 a.m. GMT on Friday), however, it will also be bright and full on Wednesday and Friday nights (August 10 and Aug. 12).

WHO Declares MonkeyPox A Global Health Emergency

The World Health Organization has declared the growing monkeypox outbreak the ‘Public Health Emergency of International Concern’-the highest alert level. The designation means that the WHO now sees monkeypox as an important enough threat to global health that a coordinated international response is required to prevent the further spreading of the virus and its escalation into a pandemic.

US And Russia Agrees To Swap Seats On ISS Flights

The US may have imposed economic sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine, but in space, the two countries are finding ways to continue working together. NASA and Roscosmos have signed a long-awaited agreement to swap seats on flights to the International Space Station. The agreement will ensure that both the US- and the Russian-operated segments of the station will never be unmanned in case of canceled flights or other emergencies.

MonkeyPox Is Getting Out Of Control In The US

Reports of MonkeyPox are multiplying around the world and the United States. Worldwide, there have been over 10,000 cases reported of viral illness, including more than 1,400 in the U.S. alone. And so far, mass vaccination efforts in early hot spots like New York City have been stymied by website crashes and low supply.