Full Coverage - Free Tibet
Radio Free Asia said 30-year-old Kalkyi set herself on fire Sunday near a monastery.
Monday , 10 December '12Also, those who parade a corpse through the streets will also be subject to criminal prosecution.
Thursday , 25 October '12Police in China is offering tipsters a reward of $7,700 for information about immolators.
Wednesday , 5 September '12The monastery is situated near the area where two Tibetans set themselves on fire in June.
Tuesday , 28 August '12The incidents pushed the number of confirmed self-immolations to 51 since 2009.
Monday , 9 July '12The Dalai Lama decides to remain neutral about the wave of immolations by Tibetans in China protesting Beijing's repressive policies.
Thursday , 21 June '12Two more Tibetan protesters set themselves on fire and one of them succumbed to the burn injuries.
Thursday , 21 June '12Two Tibetans burnt themselves in a protest against Chinese rule.
Friday , 15 June '12Chinese government alleges immolations an orchestrated attempt to create tension.
Monday , 4 June '12The envoys cites frustration at a lack of progress in talks and increased tension within Tibet.
Thursday , 31 May '12A mother of three is the latest Tibetan to self-immolate to protest Chinese rule.
Thursday , 31 May '12Hundreds of people have been detained in Lhasa after two men set themselves on fire in the Tibetan regional capital.
Monday , 28 May '12This is the first time self-immolations, protesting Chinese rule, have happened in Tibet capital.
Thursday , 10 May '12Tibetan spiritual leader will receive $1.8 mn prize for his work in encouraging scientific research and harmony among religions.
Saturday , 21 April '12Incidents occurred in the Tibetan prefecture of Aba in a rugged area of China's Sichuan province.
Monday , 2 April '12For the first time in recent months, Beijing has indicated willingness to reopen stalled talks with Dalai.
Thursday , 29 March '12Around 10 activists unfurled the flag on a foot-over-bridge, less than a kilometre from Taj Palace.
Wednesday , 28 March '12Jamyang Yeshi set himself on fire at Jantar Mantar to protest against Chinese president's India visit.
Wednesday , 28 March '12US senate calls on China to ease restrictions in Tibetan areas and free prisoners after.
Monday , 26 March '12He was protesting against the visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao to India.
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