A look at the headlines right now:

  1. Centre tells Supreme Court it will push Aadhaar-linking deadline for those without UID to March 31: The UIDAI, however, said deadlines for those who already have the identification number will remain the same.
  2. India says its stance on Palestine is independent, after US recognises Jerusalem as Israeli Capital: Palestinian Islamist group Hamas has called for a new uprising after Donald Trump’s decision regarding Jerusalem.
  3. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Art of Living responsible for damaging Yamuna floodplains, says NGT: The panel did not levy any additional penalty on the foundation, and said the Rs 5-crore fine that the foundation had paid would be used for restoration work.
  4. Muslim labourer hacked to death in Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district, video goes viral: The assailant in the clip, identified as Shambhulal Regar, has been arrested, but the police said his motive for the murder is not clear yet
  5. Unesco honours Kumbh Mela with ‘intangible cultural heritage’ status: Italy’s art of making Neapolitan pizza was among others to feature on the list.
  6. India says drone faced technical problem after China alleges invasion of airspace: The Indian Ministry of Defence clarified that the unmanned aerial vehicle went across the border after losing contact with ground control.
  7. Centre wants historians to check whether Padmavati strays from facts: Also, the makers of another controversial film, ‘S Durga’, moved Kerala High Court challenging the censor board’s decision to suspend their certificate.
  8. Gay marriage is now legal in Australia: The Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favour of the law on marriage equality.
  9. Moscow will support India’s entry to Nuclear Suppliers’ Group, says Russian deputy foreign minister: Sergey Ryabkov said Russia will take up the matter with China during the 15th RIC foreign ministerial meeting scheduled for December 11.
  10. Thomas Fire spreads to 90,000 acres in California as hundreds of firefighters try to douse flames: Officials ordered 700 homes in the Bel-Air neighbourhood of Los Angeles to be evacuated as another fire consumed at least 475 acres there.