Geelani had caused a flutter in political circles by claiming on Friday that Modi had sent emissaries
to him seeking help in the resolution of the Kashmir issue.
Yesterday, Geelani had said that Narendra Modi had sent two emissaries
to approach him for a meeting on March 22 while he was in Delhi to talk about the Kashmir issue.
We receive emissaries
who are saying, 'Gaddafi is prepared to leave.
Earlier, French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe had said emissaries
from Gaddafi's government were in contact with several NATO members, though he said there were no fully-fledged negotiations yet.
Their two sons are Lubavitcher emissaries
in the USA, and their three daughters live in Israel.
Reliable sources tell LAJM that Sabri Godo and Adem Demaci are the emissaries
that Tirana and Pristina will send to Macedonia to reduce the tensions between the Albanian parties.
THE Dutch government yesterday officially returned to his family the severed head of a Ghanaian chief hanged and decapitated 171 years ago to avenge the murder of two Dutch emissaries
Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg, 29, and his wife, Rivkah, 28, were emissaries
at the Chabad House, known as Nariman House in Mumbai, a worldwide network of houses run by Lubavitch emissaries
, an ultra-Orthodox sect headquartered in Crown Heights, N.Y.
Summary: A delegation of the emissaries
of king Mohammed VI , composed of Foreign minister, TaE[macron]b Fassi Fihri, and head of the Moroccan intelligence (DGED), Mohamed Yassine Mansouri, paid visit to Yaounde on the fringes of the summit of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC), held on June 23-25.
And so the great King of Canada sent out his emissaries
to the mighty Kingdom of America in search of Medium-Lift Helicopters.
Meet the APME Conference Emissaries
-- miniature dolls, also known as "mini-editors," who are being mailed to unsuspecting managing editors as part of the group's push for attendance at the annual event.
The monotheistic Persians viewed the polytheist Greeks as worshippers of daivas, false gods and demons who worked to "enfeeble the world of men," and as such were adherents of evil, what the Zoroastrian religion called "the Lie." So Xerxes would lead the greatest army ever fielded by the largest empire the world had ever seen to Greece, there to punish Athens and Sparta for their insolence in murdering the empire's emissaries
and to destroy the temples and shrines of "the Lie." With grim determination, Xerxes turned the vast bureaucracy of the Persian Empire to the task of war.