I read the story provided, no nuclear rods or anything else....
NEW DELHI, India — Reversing decades of U.S. policy, President Bush ushered India into the world’s exclusive nuclear club Thursday with a landmark agreement to share nuclear reactors, fuel and expertise with this energy-starved nation in return for its acceptance of international safeguards.
Bush Hails India Nuke Deal India Will Get U.S. Fuel, Tech Help; Won't Sign Nonproliferation Treaty
They announced new bilateral cooperation on an array of issues from investment to trade, health to the environment, agriculture to technology, and even mangoes. Mr. Bush agreed to resume imports of the juicy, large-pitted fruit after a ban of nearly two decades.