Bangalore, Oct 3: As the nation welcomed the sentence on the fodder scam case that sent Lalu Prasad Yadav and other politicians to jail, the US continued to suffer under the government shutdown with no concrete plans emerging out of the meetings.
As India payed tribute to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi was remembered at the UN too where his birth anniversary was celebrated.
Meanwhile the Jacksonville International airport witnessed a bomb scare when a man claimed that he was carrying a bomb in his backpack.
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid speaks to reporters following a meeting with President Barack Obama and the Republican leadership at the White House. The meeting was held to discuss the shutdown that the country was currently facing.
A Jacksonville International Airport police officer walks around the terminal with a bomb squad dog at Jacksonville International Airport. Authorities said a man arrested at the Airport told security screeners he had a bomb in his backpack but they only found a luggage scale with a microchip inside, along with a remote control device he called a "detonator."
Roger Federer autographs fans' booklets upon his arrival at Pudong International Airport in Shanghai, China. Federer arrived here to compete in the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament.
A Pakistani model presents a creation from the Saba Gul's bridal collection. The fashion show was organized by Fame Council to lift the mood of the city that was saddened by last weeks suicide attacks.
In New York
Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan performs with his sons Amaan and Ayaan during a special performance to mark Mahatma Gandhi's 144th birth anniversary, at UN in New York.
In New York
Gandhiji was remembered in New York as UN Secretary General Ban ki Moon speaks during Gandhi Jayanti celebrations at the United Nations. UNGA President John Ashe and Ambassador Asoke Kumar Mukerji are also seen.