Theresa May to visit Bengaluru today, hold meeting with CM Siddaramaiah

She will leave for London on her state aircraft 'Voyager'' in the evening.

By: ANI | New Delhi | Published:November 8, 2016 8:11 am
theresa may, british prime minister, bengaluru, siddaramaiah, india-uk summit, indian uk relations UK Prime Minister Theresa May. PTI Photo

British Prime Minister Theresa May will pay a day’s visit to Bengaluru on Tuesday. Prime Minister May will be visiting a model government primary school, hold a meeting with Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, visit a high tech manufacturing unit that produces parts for global aircraft maker Airbus and also hold a meeting with a SME business delegation.

According to her itinerary, Prime Minister May would arrive in the city at 10.45 am Chief Minister Siddaramaiah would hold a meeting with her to discuss industrial and other projects in Karnataka connected to Great Britain.

Later, she will visit the Stone Hill Government Primary School at Tarahunise near Papanahalli on the outskirts of the city and the Dynamatic Tech Ltd in Peenya industrial area, which manufactures parts of the Airbus 320 aircraft.

In the afternoon, she will visit the century-old Someshwar Temple in Ulsoor and meet with an SME business delegation.

She will leave for London on her state aircraft ‘Voyager” in the evening.

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    Vihari Naidu
    Nov 8, 2016 at 6:13 am
    Does anyone know if the name of Lalit Modi who is a closely ociated with the ruling dispensation is mentioned in the list of people India is requesting UK to be handed over....?!
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      autonomous
      Nov 8, 2016 at 6:06 am
      Free trade agreement will not help India in any way but it will only benefit U.K exports by keeping no tax revenue on export nor import good products "to nor from" U.K.And our automobile,pharmaceuticals,Agri and diary products will be exported even cheaply through free trade if the agreement is signed.U.K so much interested in free trade agreement with India but holding restrictions on Indian students visas ,taking steps on limiting Indian students entry .If gov wish to proceed on free trade we should make deal on free trade agreement on renewing basis that only safe for us.U.K only thinking of their country benefits that's the reason of Brexit.
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