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Here are some of the top stories from International Business Times, India, that have broken throughout the day so far:

1. Dubai-based Indian property tycoon splurges $9 million on '5' licence plate for Rolls-Royce

Indian businessman and Dubai property developer Balwinder Sahni dropped 33 million dirhams — or $9 million — to purchase license plate No 5 at a government auction in October, Bloomberg reports. Read more...

2. Clinton emails scandal fallout sees Trump take lead in latest polls

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are all but tied in the latest Washington Post-ABC News Tracking Poll, which finds Clinton backers slipping behind in enthusiasm even as the Democrat has an edge in early voting. Read more...

3. 7th Pay Commission: 42% of total hiring during CY2010-13 was in Indian Railways, reveals panel

Details of jobs created during the first two years of the Narendra Modi government may not be available yet, but the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) gives insights of how the Congress-led UPA under the leadership of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh recruited Central government employees. Read more...

4. Indian hockey news: Hockey India extends contract of coach Roelant Oltmans to 2020 Olympics

The India hockey players will have Roelant Oltmans giving them advice on how to tackle each opponent for four more years with the coach set to have his contract extended until 2020. Oltmans has clearly made this India hockey team into a much better unit since taking over and will now hope to turn them into world beaters. Read more...

5. Bigg Boss 10: Defamation suit to be filed against evicted contestant Akansha Sharma

Rumours surrounding evicted Bigg Boss 10 contestant Akansha Sharma's married life refuse to die down. After the former participant opened up on what really went on in her marriage with Zorawar Singh, mother-in-law Shabnam Singh has decided to slap a defamation suit on her. Read more...

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