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Mumbai Dabbawalas to mark Prince Harry's wedding in a special way

Some five thousand Dabbawalas deliver around two lakh lunch boxes to offices in Mumbai every day. They are known for their flawless delivery system, which has been studied by global management experts.

South Mumbai schools to remain shut today, dabbawalas take a day off

The Mumbai dabbawalas, who run the tiffin services across the city, have decided to take the day off to participate in the morcha. Meanwhile, the Central Railway has made special arrangements for commuters.

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'Dabbawalas' hike delivery charges to meet rising inflation

We do not want our dabbawalas to commit suicide, said the former president of Mumbai Dabbawalas Association.

PEC annual fest begins with Mumbai’s dabbawalas, vintage car exhibition

The Mumbai dabbawala’s talked about the entrepreneurial idea of one of the best delivery systems in India.

Mumbai dabbawalas share management skills

Chitkara International School Sector 25 on Monday organised a session with dabbawalas from Mumbai for its students and their parents

Design students take the weight off dabbawalas' shoulders

The services of city’s dabbawalas recently went up a notch after two students of design came up with a novel concept of a jacket for carrying tiffins.

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Campus chit chat

Dabbawalas in Mumbai are well-known across the country and the world and are even admired by Britain’s Prince Charles and industrialist Sir Richard Branson for their skillful business management.

Finally,city’s dabbawalas get a dabba of their own

Finally,the railways has given in to a long pending demand of the famous dabbawalas of Mumbai,who have for the past century been transporting lunch boxes with supreme efficiency despite the crowds on suburban trains.

MNS asks schools to revoke ban on dabbawalas entering school premises

The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena Vahtuk Sena on Monday took up the dabbawalas issue and sent notices to all the schools that have stopped dabbawalas from entering their premises.

City dabbawalas a hapless lot as schools ban their entry

Thirty-five-year-old Rajesh Mankar,who has been delivering tiffins to students of St Mary’s School for the past nine years,is on the verge of losing his livelihood.

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