What do the ‘lollipops’ say about Indian weddings?

A recent report commissioned by the Supreme Court has raised some interesting questions.

While the report was released on January 20, it is now being scrutinised by the government and the media.

The government has asked the Supreme Tribunal to investigate the reports and publish its findings within a month, while the media has asked for its comments on the report.

It is a long-running debate in India about the role of media in the political process and what the media should do to cover the events of the day.

On December 21, the Supreme Commission for Women published a report on the issue.

Its report had sought to highlight the role media plays in the governance of India and how it has a major role in shaping the way in which people think, feel and act.

As part of the process, the commission has asked journalists to submit their responses to its report.

It has also asked the public to submit comments to the report in the form of tweets, Facebook posts and letters.

One of the points that was raised in the report by the panel was that a lot of the articles that appear in newspapers and online portals about Indian culture and politics, including the ‘Lollipop’ series, have been produced by the state and the corporate media.

The report was not entirely negative in its assessment of the state of media coverage in India.

It pointed out that the mainstream media did an excellent job covering the riots in 2014 and 2015 and that some of the media outlets, such as the Times of India, had made efforts to make their articles more balanced.

However, it did not consider the extent to which the media is covering events of importance.

A lot of journalists are involved in the media, and it is up to the media to decide how to cover these events, the report noted.

In the report, it has highlighted that “lollipop” is a popular and easily recognisable type of food in Indian cuisine.

It also noted that the popular trend for ‘lunch’ on a Friday morning was not a new phenomenon.

At the time of the riots, the popular lollipop was usually served on the streets of Delhi on the morning of the celebrations.

The issue of the ‘chaiwallah’ trend that was reported in mainstream newspapers is also being questioned.

During the riots a group of young people started making a video called ‘chaktewallah’, a derogatory term for a Hindu man who is a ‘choksha’.

The video quickly went viral on social media, triggering protests in several parts of the country.