Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron walks in the garden at Chequers in Buckinghamshire with his Indian counter-part Narendra Modi, in England, November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Facundo Arrizabalaga/Pool
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to address a huge rally at London's Wembley Stadium and have lunch with Queen Elizabeth II Friday, the second day of his visit to Britain.Up to 60,000 people are expected to attend the rally at one of Britain's most famous sporting venues, where Modi will be introduced by British Prime Minister David Cameron and give a speech at around 1700 GMT.Britain, the former colonial power in India, has a 1.5 million-strong Indian diaspora population and the event, which will include a huge firework display, is to be held in a carnival atmosphere following celebrations for the Hindu festival of Diwali.On day one of Modi's three-day visit, the first by an Indian leader for a decade, he met with Cameron to discuss investments by British and Indian companies.
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