Its fight for clean air and it is no longer limited to Delhi. There was a ban on sale of crackers but not on bursting them and the capital woke up to another haze filled morning today. Yes, it wasn't as bad as it was last year, in fact it was the best in three years, but far from the safe levels we would like our children to breathe in. Cities like Delhi and Mumbai so far considered safer due to their geographical locations were not spared either. This even as an explosive Lancet Medical Journal study says in 2015, five Indians died, every minute due to pollution-related illnesses.