British PM David Cameron enjoys street food

Fri Nov 15 2013, 11:33 hrs
British PM David Cameron enjoys some street food in Kolkata on Thursday. He tweeted, “Loved the hot, spicy lentil cakes in a Calcutta market after a busy day of meetings. (IE Photo)
British PM David Cameron enjoys some street food in Kolkata on Thursday. He tweeted, “Loved the hot, spicy lentil cakes in a Calcutta market after a busy day of meetings. (IE Photo)
Prime Minister David Cameron assured British investment in West Bengal at a meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who was invited by him to visit the UK.  British PM David Cameron and WB CM Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
Prime Minister David Cameron assured British investment in West Bengal at a meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who was invited by him to visit the UK.
British PM David Cameron and WB CM Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
"The meeting was very constructive and positive. The issue of British investment in the state figured at their meeting. They want to invest here," a top source told PTI after the 30-minute talks at the British Deputy High Commission.  British PM David Cameron and WB CM Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
"The meeting was very constructive and positive. The issue of British investment in the state figured at their meeting. They want to invest here," a top source told PTI after the 30-minute talks at the British Deputy High Commission.
British PM David Cameron and WB CM Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
British PM David Cameron enjoys some street food in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo)
British PM David Cameron enjoys some street food in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo)
British Prime Minister David Cameron said the proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between India and the UK needs to progress.  British Prime Minister David Cameron along with a official of British high commission walking infront of Howrah station on Thursday in Kolkata. (IE Photo: Subham Dutta)
British Prime Minister David Cameron said the proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between India and the UK needs to progress.
British Prime Minister David Cameron along with a official of British high commission walking infront of Howrah station on Thursday in Kolkata. (IE Photo: Subham Dutta)
"India-UK FTA is getting around for a long time and we need to progress on that front," Cameron said in reply to a query on India-UK trade at an interactive session with IIM Calcutta students.  British Prime Minister David Cameron along with a official of British high commission walking infront of Howrah station on Thursday in Kolkata. (IE Photo: Subham Dutta)
"India-UK FTA is getting around for a long time and we need to progress on that front," Cameron said in reply to a query on India-UK trade at an interactive session with IIM Calcutta students.
British Prime Minister David Cameron along with a official of British high commission walking infront of Howrah station on Thursday in Kolkata. (IE Photo: Subham Dutta)
David Cameron said that India and UK have been investing in each other's countries. "The JLR (Tata Motors' acquisition of the British iconic brand) is the biggest success story where an Indian investment has been so encouraging. British Prime Minister David Cameron along with a official of British high commission walking infront of Howrah station on Thursday in Kolkata. (IE Photo: Subham Dutta)
David Cameron said that India and UK have been investing in each other's countries. "The JLR (Tata Motors' acquisition of the British iconic brand) is the biggest success story where an Indian investment has been so encouraging.
British Prime Minister David Cameron along with a official of British high commission walking infront of Howrah station on Thursday in Kolkata. (IE Photo: Subham Dutta)
British PM David Cameron at Akasvani Bhavan in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)
British PM David Cameron at Akasvani Bhavan in Kolkata on Thursday. (IE Photo: Partha Paul)

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