UNITED NATIONS - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is leaving for New Delhi on Wednesday for a visit to India during which he will have talks with senior political leadership on current regional and international issues and matters of global concern, Deputy Spokesman Eduardo del Buey announced Monday.But the UN chief has no plans to visit Pakistan. “A trip to Pakistan is not on the secretary-general’s schedule,” the spokesman said, when asked if he plans to go to Islamabad from India. During his stay in Delhi, Ban will also receive an honorary doctorate degree from Jamia Islamia University.The secretary-general will then visit Mumbai, where he will meet with Prithviraj Chavan, Chief Minister of Maharashtra State, and meet with a small group of key business leaders committed to utilizing their expertise to promote the health of women and children. He will also visit health facilities where he will have the opportunity to witness first-hand the progress being made in communities through his discussions with women, children and health workers. The visit will conclude with an event hosted by Millennium Development Goal Advocates Mukesh Ambani and Ray Chambers, which will include the participation of representatives from govt, the private sector, civil society, the creative community and the United Nations, the spokesman added.