By Nicholas Kralev
The Washington Times
July 26, 2007
The Bush administration, in a major concession aimed at saving a civilian nuclear-energy deal with India, has agreed to help New Delhi secure fuel for its reactors, even if it conducts another atomic test, diplomats and knowledgeable nonproliferation specialists said yesterday.
The concession, made in closed-door talks with visiting Indian officials last week, was warmly welcomed at a joint meeting of the Cabinet committees on security and political affairs in New Delhi, according to news reports.