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Photostream : PM Cameron continues India visit

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron inspects a guard of honour during his ceremonial reception at the presidential palace in New Delhi July 29, 2010. Cameron trumpeted a $1.1 billion defence deal with India on Wednesday, an early result of a big diplomatic push to court Indian business and tap new sources of economic growth.  (Getty Images)

British Prime Minister David Cameron inspects an honour guard at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi on July 29, 2010. Cameron, accompanied by a bevy of top ministers and a small army of business leaders arrived in India late July 27, at the head of the largest British delegation to travel to the former jewel in its colonial crown in recent memory. It has been tagged as a mould-breaking mission to redefine what Cameron’s government sees as a long-neglected relationship with one of the world’s fastest growing economies. (Getty Images)

British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh share a moment during a ceremonial reception at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 29, 2010. (Getty Images)

British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, gestures as he stands with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during a ceremonial reception at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 29, 2010.  (Getty Images)

British Prime Minister David Cameron, right, introduces a member of his delegation to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, center during a ceremonial reception at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 29, 2010. (Getty Images)

British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) lays a wreath at Mahatama Gandhi memorial Rajghat in New Delhi on July 29, 2010. Cameron will push Indian leaders Thursday to strengthen trade ties on the second leg of a visit marked by his warning to Pakistan about promoting the ‘export of terror.’ Cameron was to hold talks in New Delhi with top officials including Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and attend a summit on expanding economic relations between Britain and its former colony — now one of the world’s fastest growing economies. (Getty Images)

British Prime Minister David Cameron pays floral tributes at the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 29, 2010. (Getty Images)

British Prime Minister David Cameron holds a bust of Mahatama Gandhi upon visiting the independence leader’s memorial site Rajghat in New Delhi on July 29, 2010. Cameron will push Indian leaders Thursday to strengthen trade ties on the second leg of a visit marked by his warning to Pakistan about promoting the ‘export of terror.’ Cameron was to hold talks in New Delhi with top officials including Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and attend a summit on expanding economic relations between Britain and its former colony — now one of the world’s fastest growing economies. (Getty Images)

British Prime Minster David Cameron, left, holds a scroll with Mahatma Gandhi’s seven principles presented to him, after paying tribute at the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi, India, Thursday, July 29, 2010. (Getty Images)

DELHI, INDIA – JULY 29: British Prime Minister David Cameron shakes hands with Indian President Pratibha Patil prior to a meeting at Rashtrapati Bhavan, the official residence of the President of India, on July 29, 2010 in Delhi, India. The British Prime Minister is on a two day visit leading a delegation comprising six ministers and more than 30 senior executives from top firms, to show that Britain is committed to boosting economic exchanges with India. (Getty Images)

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and Indian President Pratibha Patil attend their meeting at the presidential palace in New Delhi July 29, 2010. Cameron trumpeted a $1.1 billion defence deal with India on Wednesday, an early result of a big diplomatic push to court Indian business and tap new sources of economic growth. (Getty Images)

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