British PM to arrive in Bangalore tonight
Bangalore: British Prime Minister David Cameron will be arriving here tonight on a two-day visit to the city, a hub for IT companies.
On his maiden visit to India, Cameron, accompanied by a delegation comprising more than 50 persons, is expected to reach here by 2300 hrs, an official press release said.
Cameron will call on Karnataka Governor H R Bhardwaj tomorrow.
Later the visiting dignitary will visit the country`s second largest software exporter Infosys and defence production unit HAL.
Britain would sign a MoU with the state government to build a 2,000 seat processing centre at the Shimoga Special Economic Zone.
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