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Hundreds of Tibetans are seen paying their respect to Tamding Thar after his body was released by Chinese authorities on June 15, 2012. (Phayul photo/Ghangri)

DHARAMSHALA, June 15: In confirmed reports coming out of Tibet, Tamding Thar, a Tibetan in his 50s, set himself on fire in Amdo Chentsa region of Tibet in an apparent protest against the Chinese government today at around 6:30 am (local time).

Tamding Thar passed away in his fiery protest.

Speaking to Phayul, Ghangri, a monk in south India confirmed the reports.