KATHMANDU: Tibetans in Nepal face heightened risks of being detained, beaten and even forcibly returned to China, as Kathmandu bows to growing diplomatic pressure from Beijing, Human Rights Watch said on Tuesday. The allegations, detailed in a new report based on the testimony of Tibetan refugees, monks, activists and senior Nepalese officials, highlight the intensified restrictions slapped on Tibetans in the Himalayan nation since 2008. Nepal, home to around 20,000 Tibetans, is under huge pressure from its giant neighbor China over the exiles. AFPand that she will retire by the end of May in the eastern US state of Delaware. She is in her late 60s.