Originally Published on Al Jazeera On a recent afternoon in New Delhi, as the temperature touched 45 degrees Celsius during one of India’s worst heat waves in decades, a construction site supervisor watched while a group of workers, mostly women, filed past him carrying loads of fresh concrete on their heads. “We’re building a fountain,” the supervisor, Kalicharan (who only goes by one name) told Al Jazeera. “It’s not possible to continue work in so much heat,” he…