A plaque for the new centre will be unveiled in London to mark the launch of a new network to coordinate evidence-based research on yoga and Ayurveda, according to sources close to the India-UK bilateral visit.
"The courtesies being shown are unprecedented and we are looking forward to a very fruitful and meaningful interaction," the source said.
The inauguration is among a series of high-profile events lined up during Modi's visit to the UK between April 17 and 20.
The first meeting on bilateral issues will cover "all issues of mutual interest" including immigration and counter-terrorism.
Their second meeting will involve the India-UK CEOs Forum and include a showcase of technical collaboration between the two countries.
The UK is among India's major trading partners. The merchandise trade between the two countries in 2017 reached USD 13 billion, and trade in services is around USD 7.2 billion, according to the Ministry of External Affairs.
The meetings of the Commonwealth Heads of Government usually takes place every two years and serves to shape the organisations agenda for the next two years.
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