A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Women should not be denied their constitutional rights, Centre tells Supreme Court in Triple talaq affidavit: The government said the validity of the practice 'should be seen in light of gender justice'.
  2. India-Pakistan border will be completely sealed by December 2018, says Rajnath Singh: The Union home minister said citizens should trust security forces and stand by them.
  3. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos wins Nobel Peace Prize: The Norwegian Nobel Committee recognised his 'resolute efforts to bring the country's more than 50-year-long civil war to an end'.
  4. SC bars BCCI from transferring funds to state associations while hearing Lodha panel case: Regional bodies will not get financial assistance from the board unless it passes a resolution to implement the committee's recommendations, the court ruled.
  5. Perfumer Monika Ghurde found dead with hands and legs tied in her Goa home: Police said they are suspecting that she was robbed, raped and killed when she was alone.
  6. Hurricane Matthew kills hundreds in Haiti, makes landfall in Florida: US President Barack Obama has declared an emergency, and millions have been asked to leave their homes for shelters in other states.
  7. We owe our children a more peaceful world, says Fawad Khan: This is the first time he has spoken up since an Indian film body banned Pakistani actors from working on projects in the country.
  8. Rahul Gandhi should concentrate on the aloo ki factory, rather than comment on big issues, says Amit Shah: The BJP chief said the Congress vice president has crossed all limits and insulted the Indian Army with his 'dalali' remark.
  9. Subramanian Swamy wants President’s Rule in Tamil Nadu as J Jayalalithaa is hospitalised: The Bharatiya Janata Party leader said the chief minister’s absence had caused ‘administrative disarray’ in the state.
  10. Primary school teacher beheads Dalit man for 'making flour mill impure' in Uttarakhand: Police officials said the accused used a sickle to attack the victim, who had protested an insult against his caste.