The Prime Minister of United Kingdom David Cameron is likely to pay his fourth trip to India in November this year after he assumed the office of PM in 2010. He could visit India on his way to or back from the G20 summit in Australia which is scheduled for November 15-16 in Brisbane.
Cameron last visited to India late in 2013.
His focus during the last trip was on trade talks with former PM Manmohan Singh; with the Vodafone tax case apparently irked the bilateral ties.
In his first visit after Modi became the Prime Minister, David Cameorn will be sighting the moves of the new government which has opened number of doors for greater private and foreign investments in the country.
Narendra Modi though focusing mainly on Asian partners, but he is also keen to have bonds with the west.