3 October 2012
Last updated at 11:33
A Bakarwal nomad woman stands outside a camp at Buchpora, near Srinagar, in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Pakistan's cricket captain, Mohammad Hafeez, celebrates dismissing Australia's Cameron White during a ICC World Twenty20 Super Eight match in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Labour leader Ed Miliband and his wife, Justine Thornton, leave the hall after he delivered his keynote speech at the party's annual conference.
Greg Tricker and his beechwood sculpture, St Joan of Arc, are reflected in Salisbury Cathedral font. The sculpture is part of an exhibition, Pillars of Faith.
Psy, the first South Korean to top the UK singles chart, with his song Gangnam Style, performs in Seoul.
Casino industry professionals test the newest slot machines at the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas. Casino revenues have increased this year in 18 of the 21 US states that allow commercial gambling.
Workers from different unions and civil organisations march in protest outside the senate building in Mexico City. The lower house of Congress gave final approval on Saturday to a bill that would mark the biggest shake-up of the country's labour market in more than 40 years.
Liberal MP Justin Trudeau receives a kiss from his wife, Sophie Gregoire, as he announces his candidacy for the leadership of his party in Montreal, Canada.
A model waits backstage during a fashion show by Indian designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee in New Delhi.
A postman walks his delivery round close to the home of missing child April Jones in Machynlleth, Powys. Police have asked the public to leave the search to trained officers.
The transatlantic sisters of the Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive, arrive at Peel Port, Liverpool. The Dominion of Canada and Dwight D Eisenhower return to the UK on loan to the National Railway Museum in York where they will take part in next year's 75 year anniversary celebrations of Mallard securing the world speed crown.