Sweetie - I agree with the others on seeing if you can change your insulin ASAP. I was on the 70/30 for a few days out of the hospital and felt like it did NOTHING for me - my diabetic educator switched me immediately and my numbers started to get better right away: it clearly makes a HUGE difference.
Also, as Sam points out a chapati and glass of milk will raise your sugars significantly. Having the dual-insulin system will help you to match your insulin needs to meals that have higher carb counts, but eating less carbs is really a big help, as well.
I see that you're in Delhi - my family lives in India and I'm actually on my last day of a three week trip here. One of the biggest challenges I've had this trip has been the food: I love Indian food, but the carb content can be hard to measure because of things like sauces and high-carb staples like rice, dal, and roti. My best results here have been when I was able to have good protein in the morning, eat as many low-carb options the rest of the day, and get in some good exercise. This last week has been a bit more erratic since I have been traveling more, eating out more frequently, and haven't been exercising nearly as much (if at all) compared to the first 2/3 of the trip.
One thing I have noticed since my last trip here is that a lot of foods at grocery stores have very good nutritional info compared to what was available even a few years ago - if you are having bread, etc, try to buy the kind that list more of the nutritional info: this gives you a much, much better sense of how many carbs you're getting in a meal. I would also get a small digital scale to help you measure your carbohydrate portions. This will also help you to learn what certain quantities of food look like when you're at a restaurant or at a friend's house: you can get a good sense of what 100 g of cooked rice is or 50 g of dal.
These sound like pretty simple steps, and they really are - it's finding the time and energy to focus on them and make them a priority that can be difficult. I've found that if I make this my priority, everything else goes better.
Best of luck!