Her burning brings to 143 the total number of self-immolations in Tibetan areas of China since 2009.
Pema county man had fought with police over the body of a self-immolation protester and taken it to a monastery.
They had protested unequal distribution of local government support of housing and scholarships.
She had criticized Chinese rule in Tibetan areas, prompting police to arrest her.
The “Butter Lamp” site presented news and stories in the Tibetan language.
He is transferred from prison to an emergency care facility after complaining of severe stomach pains.
The still-unidentified protester had called out for Tibetan freedom and the Dalai Lama's return.
Local Tibetans fear the planned dam may be linked to mining in the area.
She is taken into custody after declaring that China's repression of Tibetans has 'crossed all limits.'
His home county is under heavy security, while residents are banned from discussing his death.
He is warned of ‘severe punishment’ if he speaks out about his latest ordeal.
But authorities confiscate family's mobile phones, impose other restrictions in their home county.
Police had said they would 'watch him for a year' after releasing him following an earlier protest.
The area's water sources and environment are already heavily polluted by Chinese mining operations.
The Kirti monastery resident had planned celebrations of the Dalai Lama's 80th birthday.