Bangalore, Sept 25: As Nairobi braces itself for the death toll of those who were killed in the four-day-siege with militants, Pakistan woke up to a jolt. An earthquake measuring 7.7 on the Richter scale shook people on Tuesday as the death toll reached 230.
They are tested for their beauty and brains. The Miss World preliminary rounds are underway as the final will be held in Bali on September 28.
Meanwhile, the United Nations general assembly meeting began in New York, where dignitaries from across the world met to discuss bilateral relations as well as other problems.
OneIndia brings to you pictures what happened across the world.
Powerful earthquake jolts Pakistan
People rush out their apartments and offices after they felt a major earthquake that struck Baluchistan province in southwest Pakistan. Death toll touched 230.
The death toll touched 72 but officials fear that over hundreds could have been killed in the siege.
UN general Assembly meeting
President of the United States of America Barack Obama shakes hands with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon after speaking during the 68th session of the General Assembly at United Nations.
United Kingdom Home Secretary Theresa May speaks during a joint press conference with Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali in Islamabad.
Miss World competition underway
Miss World contestants during the Miss World Fashion Show and Top Model competition at Bali International Convention Center. The Miss World pageant final will be held in Bali on September 28.
In New York
External Affairs Minister Salman Kurshid shakes hands with Bollywood actress Kajol at a meeting at Indian Mission in New York.