New Delhi: Qutubuddin Ansari, whose crying image involuntarily became the face of 2002 Gujarat riots, has asked political parties to stop using his image for political gains. Hoping to capitalise on his posters, Congress in Assam... IndiaTV News, 2 months ago
`Face` of Gujarat riots Qutubuddin Ansari miffed with political parties, says `stop using me` - Zee News, 2 months ago
Some faces and images never die. And this is what he hates about himself. Fourteen years after he was involuntarily crowned the face of Gujarat riots, Qutubuddin Ansari finds himself "used" by the Congress for the Assam and West Bengal assembly polls.Times of India, 2 months ago
Assam is a difficult state for the BJP. There is no guarantee of winning. Do you still want to go? Rajat Sethi was asked in July 2015, two months after returning from the US, by BJP general secretary Ram Madhav. Sethi, 30, didn't think twice and ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
Mysuru/Bengaluru, Apr 19: Conceptualisation of so called ' Love Jihad ' is no doubt an ugly affair of patriarchal right wing minds. It is a well known fact that the sane minds across the world stand unite to say love has no 'religious boundaries'. ...Oneindia, 2 months ago
The chief electoral officer Assam has issued a fresh intimation to newspapers to only publish approved or pre-certified content of the advertisements of the political parties following the ruling Congress party’s full-page ad featuring Qutubuddin Ansari, ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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