Question 1: ________ episode
on Monday, 27 September 2004 (summer expedition report)
Question 2: The grouped boxes are put in the coaches
of ________, with markings to
identify the destination of the box (usually there is a designated
car for the boxes).
Question 3: Many British people who came to the ________ did not like the local food, so a service
was set up to bring lunch to these people in their workplace
straight from their home.
Question 4: reported in 2007 that the 125-year-old
________ dabbawala industry continues to grow at a rate of 5–10%
Question 5: The meal is ________ in the morning and sent in lunch boxes
carried by dabbawalas, who have a complex association and hierarchy
across the city.
Question 6: The markings include the ________ to unload the boxes and the building address where the
box has to be delivered.
Question 7: The word "Dabbawala" in ________ when literally translated, means
"one who carries a box".
Question 8: The ________ has produced a documentary on
dabbawalas, and Prince Charles, during his
visit to India, visited them (he had to fit in with their schedule,
since their timing was too precise to permit any flexibility).
Question 9: Owing to the tremendous publicity, some of the dabbawalas were
invited to give guest lectures in top ________ of India, which is
Question 10: The service is uninterrupted even on the days of severe weather
such as Mumbai's characteristic ________.