At 10, has the UK still got anything to offer India? David Cameron is on the second day of his visit to India where he's meeting Manmohan Singh. He's been calling for stronger business ties between the two countries. But is this far more to the UK's advantage than it is to India's? Has India overtaken the UK as a place to do business and a place to live in? And is coming over to the UK no longer all it's cracked up to be?
After 11, Nihal will be joined in the studio by UK Chair of The Angeli Foundation which aims to fight female foeticide and crime against women in India. It also campaigns against abuses within the dowry system and urges parents to place more importance on the education of their daughters. Has India seen real change in its treatment of women since the recent high profile rape case?