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Tibetan exiles protest in New Delhi ahead of Hu Jintao's arrival

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A Tibetan exile shouts slogans while lying on the ground during a protest against the visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao to India, in New Delhi March 28, 2012. Hu is scheduled to attend the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) Summit in India on March 29.

Adnan Abidi / Reuters

A Tibetan exile is detained by police during a protest against the visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao to India, in New Delhi March 28, 2012.

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A Tibetan activist is detained by Indian police during a protest in New Delhi on March 28, 2012. A Tibetan exile who set himself alight two days ago in New Delhi in a protest against a visit to the city by Chinese President Hu Jintao died, doctors said.

 The tibetan man who set himself on fire in protest 2 days ago had died, according to news reports.

A proposal to create a bank for developing nations is one of the agenda items for the BRICS Summit which begins Thursday in New Delhi.

A growing number of Tibetans is protesting regularly against Chinese rule, demanding an end to what they say is relentless repression by Beijing. NBC News' Adrienne Mong has more on the latest -- including rare footage of monks demonstrating in Qinghai Province.