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By Zhang Yan in Beijing and Li Yingqing in Kunming, Yunnan ( China Daily )
Updated:2015-04-11 07:57:08
Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallGao Jinsong, the Party chief in Kunming, Yunnan province, has been placed under investigation for suspected “serious discipline violations”, the Partys Central Commission for Discipline Inspection has announced.The move comes after two of his predecessors were investigated for alleged corruption in the past year, according to a report in the Beijing-based online financial magazine Caixin.Gao, 52, was appointed Party chief in August after his predecessor, Zhang Tianxin, a provincial-level official, was downgraded to county level for violating the Partys rules, according to the CCDI.8.03KHot Words新型亚洲安全观(xin xing ya zhou an quan guan)China and JapanBaby princeFerry disasterBig BeijingMalaysian flightCrimeaAnti-corruptionSmogSex educationPhotoTibetans viral wedding photos contrast city with country lifeThe years farming starts in springTrending: Beijings trousers get a washNow and Then: The changing look of school uniformsStrange but true: Girl, 7, gets 3D printed handGuns prepared to mark Anti-Fascist War anniversaryChinaBusinessRegionalWorldSportsNow and Then: The changing look of school uniformsWorlds most valuable guitar is worth $2 millionChina court upholds verdict for pilot in deadly crashTen photos you dont wanna miss todayIAU names asteroid after late Chinese singer Yao BeinaFormer Chongqing senior legislator indicted for briberyPandas artificially inseminated at Bifengxia baseLiving bus map puts his passengers on right pathTibetan lawmaker meets US counterpartLecturer becomes a living dictionaryAfter years spent poaching, villagers become protectorsAmur tigers come back from the brinkBond rules eased for key investment sectorsChallenges ahead as China moves up value chainEndless opportunities, not without risk: HKEx chiefApple watch available to pre-order Friday in USTech stocks near bubble territoryExxon loses top spot to PetroChinaHarnessing the power of ideas for clientsLender bets on global growth in changing world of financeAnt to help investors with big data effortsIron mining taxes to be reduced by 60 percentFlexibility is top choice for mainland professionalsSouthbound stock quota fully utilizedZhanjiang integrates into new maritime Silk RoadALS sufferer has reason to smile after 17 yearsFarmer artist shows his paintings in UNBaotou to establish rare earth R&D centerChangsha traffic network to lift Yangtze River economyThe Fifth Willow Culture Festival opensRemembering more than half a century through oral history3W teams up with JD on new incubation initiativeShanxi to improve Fenhe River ecologyMobile Internet takes off in ChangshaXiamen to allow 72-hour visa-free stayBuddha awaits its destinyAuthorities: 1 dead, 7 hurt in Illinois town after tornadoPeople rescue beached dolphins in JapanPakistan court frees on bail accused mastermind of Mumbai attack -lawyerScottish nationalists may win 53 of 59 Scottish seatsFirst Red Cross, UNICEF planes land in YemenObama seeks to renew predominance over CaribbeanSuspect charged with assault in Pacers Copeland stabbingThieves drilled into vault in London jewelry district heistAustralian authorities seize illegal ivory shipmentPeople rescue beached dolphins in JapanCanadian crews work to contain fuel spill in Vancouver bayUS, Cuba hold highest-level talks since 1961Duke defeat Wisconsin for 5th NCAA basketball titleLiu Xiang: A career in picturesAngel di Maria first sold for just 20 footballsIbrahimovic suspended 4 games for insulting France, refereeKuyt returns to Feyenoord after 9 yearsPolice: NBA player, wife stabbed outside Manhattan nightclubSuspect charged with assault in Pacers Copeland stabbingChinese more rational toward Olympic golds: surveyVettel: Ferrari still realistic about Mercedes advantageCristiano scores 2 to give Kashiwa draw with LunengRio 2016 unveils Olympic IT labCompanies rush in as Liu bows outTodays Top NewsWatchdog gets tough over pollutionDid burgers originate in China?Villagers write to Dutch collector to return stolen BuddhaNew clues surface on hunting habits of dinosaursApple Watch pre-orders go live in China, draws interestMassive yield drop of Super hybrid-rice in 2014VideoWhen Families Lose Their Only ChildMost PopularSpecialAre you a sunshine boy or a gone girl?Tale of two citiesColumnsRaymond ZhouOp RanaBerlin FangZhu YuanHuang XiangyangChen Weihua…| About China Daily | Advertise on Site | Contact Us | Job Offer | Expat Employment |Copyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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