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A Tibetan monk today set himself on fire today near the holy stupa of Boudhanath in the heart of Nepalese capital city Kathmandu. In a photo received by Phayul, the monk could be seen engulfed in towering flames. No further information is available on the identity of the monk or his condition, although our sources in the region fear for the worst....
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: out of the reach of China
Feb 13 2013 06:49 PM

This is now out of the direct reach of Chinese authorities, and unles Nepal bans all foreign tourists it could face a difficult water snake year. An irritating fly on a fat pigs bottom, drives the pig mad in the end
Akuu  

Location: Nepal
Subject: shame of nepalnews (internetnews)
Feb 13 2013 12:08 PM

This is what nepalnews wrote. I saw the whole body is burning but news said minor burn. That is ridiculous.



Last Updated: Wed, 13.02.13 10:19
Tibetan makes 'self-immolation' attempt at Bouddha Stupa

Bouddha area of Kathmandu remained tensed Wednesday morning after a young man identified as Tibetan exile tried to set himself on fire near the Bouddha Stupa.

The Tibetan youth attempted to commit 'self-immolation' at around 8:45 am this morning, but before he could do any serious damage to himself police personnel extinguished the fire and took him to Om Hospital for treatment.

According to Bouddha police, the condition of the unidentified youth believed to be in his 20s is normal. He received minor burn injuries.

This is the first case of "self-immolation" attempt by a Tibetan in Kathmandu and comes ahead of their plan for protest rallies in Kathmandu. nepalnews.com

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