New Delhi,12.10.15-The Prime Minister flew into the British capital on his three-day visit with a hectic schedule aimed at boosting Indo-UK economic ties.

Stepping up cooperation with United Kingdom in combating terrorism and extremism would also be high on the agenda of the prime minister. Prime Minister Modi would also be addressing the British Parliament, apart from having lunch with Queen Elizabeth II at the Buckingham Palace.

The Prime Minister would also address a reception at the Wembley stadium in London, which is expected to be attended by around 60,000 people. Prime Minister Modi would also interact with CEOs at a roundtable in London. He would later visit Tata- owned Jaguar Land Rover factory at Solihull.

During his UK visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would also be addressing the British Parliament, apart from having lunch with Queen Elizabeth II at the Buckingham Palace. Our correspondent O P Das reports from Parliament Square.

PM will also address a reception at the Wembley stadium in London, which is expected to be attended by around 60,000 people. Our correspondent gets you a sense of the enthusiasm amongst the Indians who are staying in the United Kingdom.

Prime Minister's visit to United Kingdom and Turkey aims at enhancing cooperation to boost economic between India and UK would be high on agenda during his visit.

In an exclusive interview with DD News, the longest-serving MP of Indian origin in UK, Keith Vas believes that India must get a place at UN Security Council.

Keith Vaz, who has been Member of Parliament for Leicester East since the 1987, said that he would like to see British government to announce a reduction in visa fee for the Indian students so that number of students visiting UK could increase once again.

Prime Minister's visit to United Kingdom and Turkey aims at enhancing cooperation to boost economic between India and UK would be high on agenda during his visit.

In an exclusive interview with DD News, the longest-serving MP of Indian origin in UK, Keith Vas believes that India must get a place at UN Security Council.

Keith Vaz, who has been Member of Parliament for Leicester East since the 1987, said that he would like to see British government to announce a reduction in visa fee for the Indian students so that number of students visiting UK could increase once again.

Talking to DD News correspondent OP Das, he also said that India has always believed in Gandhian principles as far as nuclear weaponsation is concerned.

In Turkey, Prime Minister will attend G20 Summit that will commence on November 14. This Summit is being held at a critical juncture, just after the adoption of Sustainable Development Goals agenda at the United Nations.