India will set up an unspecified number of nuclear reactors in Kazakhstan under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) reached between the two countries early this year, said the local newspaper Mail Today on Sunday.
The MoU was signed during Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev's visit to India in January, the newspaper quoted unidentified sources as saying.
The two countries have also reached an advanced stage in discussions on nuclear cooperation and Kazakhstan could well be the first foreign destination for India-made reactors, said the report.
Such reactors would be of medium size, with a capacity to generate 200 to 300 megawatt of power each, according to the report.
Kazakhstan has also agreed to supply over 2,000 tons of uranium to India to make fuels for its nuclear plants.
Kazakhstan is the world's second biggest uranium producer and has 15 percent of the global uranium reserves.
India has already signed nuclear cooperation deals with Russia, France and the United States.