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The British-based International Campaign for Tibet group, citing several Tibetan sources in exile, said late on Wednesday the area "is now under tight control, with local Tibetans including the elderly and children subject to interrogation".
London-based campaign group the International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) named the man as Kunchok Tseten, and said his wife and some relatives were believed to have been taken into custody.
Authorities in Qinghai had discussed proposals to ease restrictions including allowing Tibetans to openly display photographs of the Dalai Lama, the International Campaign for Tibet told Reuters.
Kate Saunders, of the International Campaign for Tibet, said that the decision meant that "at a perilous moment in the history of Tibet" the Dalai Lama was "expressing his faith in the Tibetan people".
Among the entities represented are Prisoner Database Program, the Dalai Lama, the International Campaign for Tibet, and Harvard Law School.
Lobsang Gyaltsen and Loyak were executed for arson-related crimes committed in Lhasa, the regional capital, in March last year, the International Campaign for Tibet, which campaigns for self-rule for the mountain region in far-west China, said on Monday.
He is a co-founder of the Tibet House and the chairman of the board of directors for the International Campaign for Tibet.
The London-based International Campaign for Tibet said it had heard that security forces had surrounded Lhasa's main temples, Jokhang and Ramoche.