Liu Chuen Chen

Senior Sub-Editor with Indian Express Online. The author tweets at @chuenchenliu

Articles By Liu Chuen Chen

Hospitals not war zones, govt must ensure our safety: IMA

"Hospitals are not war zones. Security has become a major issue. Instead of resolving the issue, the government is escalating it," IMA General Secretary Dr R V Asokan told

Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: How celebrities fared this time

India Election Results 2019: As the final election results were declared late on Thursday, a sizable number of them, including Hema Malini, Gautam Gambhir, and Sunny Deol, are all set to attend Parliament this year.

Begusarai Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Kanhaiya Kumar bites the dust in debut poll battle

In a major blow to the political debutant, Kanhaiya Kumar lost to Union minister and firebrand BJP leader Giriraj Singh in the Lok Sabha elections from Begusarai seat.

West Bengal Lok Sabha election results 2019: Modi wave shakes Mamata’s fort, BJP makes major gains

West Bengal Lok Sabha Election Results 2019, Constituency-Wise, Party-Wise: In 2014, the TMC’s tally was 34 while the BJP and Left Front had managed to secure only two seats. Congress had won four.

Northeast India Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: BJP leads in Assam with 9 of 14 seats

Northeast India Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 HIGHLIGHTS from Assam, Tripura, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Mizoram and Meghalaya: As per the trends, BJP has taken a considerable lead in Assam.

Modi versus Rahul HIGHLIGHTS: PM wins Varanasi seat, Gandhi loses from Amethi

Modi versus Rahul HIGHLIGHTS: This is the first time in 20 years that the Congress stronghold Amethi is won by a non-Congress party.

West Bengal Election Results 2019 Highlights: TMC bags Kolkata South, Jadavpur seats, BJP makes major gains

West Bengal (WB) Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 LIVE Updates: In Diamond Harbour seat, Mamata Banerjee's nephew Abhishek Banerjee is ahead of others by over three lakh votes.

Kolkata’s non-Bengalis say: ‘Want development, but also want peace’

West Bengal has witnessed continuous mudslinging between the two rivals, each accusing one another of resorting to polarisation to create a divide.

Elections 2019: Voting just a formality for Kolkata’s Chinese community, think no party has time for them

In an attempt to woo Chinese voters, the ruling Trinamool Congress has painted graffiti along the walls of Tangra in support of their South Kolkata candidate Mala Roy. However, the Chinese here are too cynical about the polls as well as the repercussions that it can offer.

MHA denies probe order, but Assam journalists under scanner call it bid to ‘create fear psychosis’

"Several top officials have said that several boys have joined the ULFA as a mark to protest against the bill. Reporting such statements from the officials... how can that be considered to be an offence?"

‘Why just TikTok, ban reality shows too,’ parents on Madras HC order

TikTok was removed from Google Play Store and the Apple App Store after the Madhurai bench of the Madras High Court while expressing concerns over the safety of TikTok users.

Boycott call for Chinese goods: How do we stop their sale, 90% market runs on them, say traders

"If India is importing items from China, we have no choice but to sell them. We will continue to sell them as per demand," says Vikas, a worker at a local shop.

Bhavye Suneja had asked us to get ready for a party in Delhi: Friends of Indian pilot killed in Lion Air flight crash

A close-knit group of five to six, Bhavye and Garima's friends were eagerly waiting for their arrival next week.

Kerala church writes to PM Modi, urges govt to reject NCW’s proposal to abolish confessions

Soosai Pakiam, Archbishop of Latin Archdiocese of Trivandrum, on the other hand, told ANI, "The NCW chairperson shouldn't dictate to us that we must abolish this (practice of confession)."

Karnataka Poll Results 2018 reactions Highlights: Thank you for making BJP single largest party in state, says PM Modi

Karnataka poll results 2018: While stating that the poll results underlined the faith of the people in PM Modi's leadership and the BJP's ideology, Nitin Gadkari exuded confidence that the party would retain power at the Centre after the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.