New York— Campaigns for Tibetans' hearts and minds seem almost tragic against the backdrop of repression in Tibet, the New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a report, adding: "New campaign aimed at increasing loyalty" to Party, China."

Dharamshala — Protests in northeastern Tibet after local authority orders to divert a waterway, taking away locals' drinking water supply, led to a clash between villagers and police, according to sources in the area.

Dharamshala — A Tibetan monk reportedly died after setting himself ablaze in Chengtsa County of North-eastern Tibet on Thursday, demanding the return of the Dalai Lama from exile and protesting against Chinese rule over the Himalayan nation.

Dharamshala — Sources in Tibet have reported that Chinese authorities have further imposed restrictions to religious freedoms by denying students, teachers and faculty a holiday during Sakadawa, the holy month of the Buddha and prohibiting observance even at home.

Dharamshala — Officials in eastern Tibet are reportedly being forced to undergo a polygraph test as part of an evaluation of their political loyalty to the CCP. The news, published in the state media, is just one new factor indicating a stepping-up of surveillance and intrusion into the private lives and thoughts of Tibetans, in attempts to stamp out those loyal to His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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