The most important thing in life is not to go to bed, and when you can, you should do so.
That is the message delivered to millions of workers in India who are facing the worst air quality crisis in a generation.
The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been working hard to get the country back to normality, with an air quality monitoring scheme and more than $500 million in government subsidies for smog-hit cities.
The aim is to help India tackle its worst air pollution crisis since the Great Smog of 1989.
It is an ambitious plan and the government is confident that it will succeed.
But for those working in India’s sprawling cities, many of which have been the worst-hit areas, the plan has proved a bit too ambitious.
Many workers say the government has not done enough to tackle the worst pollution in a century.
The government has been taking measures to try to tackle air pollution in Delhi, which was the worst hit by the worst smog in recent memory, according to the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC).
The state has a population of more than 11 million, including 1.3 million school children.
It has been hit by two days of severe weather that has knocked out power and shut down thousands of schools.
Delhi was one of the worst affected cities in the world when it was hit by a severe weather event that killed more than 50,000 people.
The Delhi government has tried to address the problems with the most popular measures: The Delhi PolliNet, a network of about 100 stations that monitors air quality across the city, to make sure air pollution is below permissible levels.
The Delhi government also launched an air pollution monitor program to test the air quality in different parts of the city.
The city is also making efforts to reduce the amount of pollution that it produces, especially in the urban core.
But many workers say there are no clear results.
Many say they are being told to stop working because of the pollution.
It has become a nightmare.
People are coming home from work and are not able to work at all.
We don’t know what we are going to do.
They are not coming to work because they are worried about their health.
In an effort to tackle pollution, the government last month announced a $500-million incentive scheme to encourage people to move to cleaner urban areas and reduce their reliance on polluting diesel fuel.
Since then, the DPCC has released a report showing that the pollution levels in Delhi are still above the acceptable limits.
At least 1,500 deaths have been attributed to pollution-related diseases in Delhi this year, and another 1,300 people have died from respiratory illnesses, according the report.
Some workers say they have been told to stay at home and not work because of worsening air quality.
“I think we are being given a lot of promises, but it is just not true,” said Ravi, a Delhi-based employee who declined to give his full name.
“If we have to stay home, we can’t do it.
I think this is a very serious issue.
If we are not working, we will be sick.”
In response to the PM’s recent announcement of a $50-billion air pollution subsidy to help clean up Delhi, a senior official of the PMO told The Times, “We are not saying that the people will not be affected by air pollution.”
But he said the government had been working on the air pollution problem for years.
This is a huge issue and this is not going to be the first time we have had an air-pollution crisis.
On the other hand, a person from one of Delhi’s big construction companies told The Post that the city has become more congested in recent years, which in turn has forced him to work in the office for a longer time than usual.
One worker said he had lost two of his colleagues to respiratory ailments and was worried about the health of his wife and children.
He also said he was tired of being stuck at home.
I am not sure if this is going to get better, but I am afraid of what is going on.
A man from a construction company, who declined the use of his surname, told The Associated Press that he is scared to be home and work at night, because of air pollution.
He said he is worried about his children.
“I have lost two workers to respiratory illnesses,” he said.
“I don’t want to be in that kind of situation.
We have to be careful with our families, and we need to be at work, and our families should not be in trouble.”
Some have started to work outside of Delhi.
Many of the construction workers have come to work near cities and suburbs, where pollution levels are lower.
There are more construction jobs, such as in the construction of highways, bridges, airports and