In cities across India, there is a lack of accessible and robust public data. Citizens often do not have access to quantitative information that helps them understand the state of their neighborhood and their city, as well as support their demands of the local government. is a repository of city-related public data from government sources, via RTI or open data processes. All data will be in open data format and free to download; the data is licensed under ODbL and Creative Commons Share Alike.

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About Us:
Oorvani Logo 12-3-14 copy(1)Oorvani Foundation (Community Media, Public Affairs Journalism and Data)

Oorvani Foundation functions as an independent, non-profit newsroom; develops journalism characterised by depth, perspective and proportion, with a special focus on governance, data and citizen empowerment, publishing through Citizen Matters and India Together platforms and other media partners.


Datameet (Data Science and Open Data)

DataMeet is a community of data enthusiasts who believe data can serve a civic purpose. Supported by a large network of data enthusiasts, the core team has the experience in data technology and data science to provide technology inputs on how to make data available. DataMeet also provides data skills training and consultations on how to use and open up data.