13 November 2015

India's Modi meets queen, rallies fans on 2nd day of UK trip

British Prime Minister David Cameron, right, walks in the garden at his official country residence Chequers in Wendover, England, with his Indian counter-part Narendra Modi on the second day of his official visit to the UK, Friday Nov. 13, 2015. Modi and Cameron both vowed Thursday to use U.K. knowhow and investment to help modernize the world's largest democracy, India.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi lunched with Queen Elizabeth II and rallied thousands of cheering supporters on the second day of his high-profile official visit to Britain, as royal officials announced Prince William and his wife Kate will visit India next year.
Modi arrived at Buckingham Palace for lunch Friday in a Jaguar, the iconic British car brand owned by India's Tata Motors — a symbol of the close relationship between India and its former colonial ruler.