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Open City: Asking the right questions

As part of the Tech4Dev cohort, in March 2020, we kickstarted the re-design of Open City, a city level data repository hosted and developed by Oorvani Foundation and Data Meet. The purpose of the rede

Waste Management in Mestri Palya: A Case Study

Waste Management is something that we often tend to overlook so what if you take out some time and think about it? Let us think, we generate waste, and what next? That isn’t our responsibility.

Chennai Rains and Waterlogging Datajam – Jan 2024

In December 2023, Chennai was hit by the Severe Cyclonic Storm Michaung. Close to 500mm of rainfall was received over a period of a day in Chennai as per the IMD stations of Nungambakkam and Meenambak

BBMP – Work Orders, Budgets and Processes Datajam – July 2023

Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is the governing body for a large area under Bengaluru Urban district. It administers an area of 712 sq. km with a population of close to 10 million. After th

Karnataka elections 2023

How to access the Karnataka Legislative Assembly Proceedings

Proceedings in the legislative assembly are not only an important part of our democratic process, but also help us understand how our MLAs have been doing in the past 5 years – what issues have

Karnataka elections 2023

Resources – Karnataka Elections 2023

Here’s a list of resources, both in OpenCity.in and outside that you can use to find information regarding the elections. These resources are for Bengaluru Urban district polling information, an

Bengaluru Constituencies Datajam – April 2023

Bengaluru Urban district currently has twenty eight assembly constituencies (ACs) in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. Can public data be used to analyse, rate and rank how these 28 constituencies a

Bengaluru Traffic Datajam – Feb 2023

Can open data help solve a city’s challenges? What if the challenges are as complex as Bengaluru’s infamous traffic? Can a random cohort of people with diverse backgrounds and skills get together

Bangalore Floods – A Call for Open Data

A few days of rains in the first week of September and India’s IT capital, Bangalore, got the attention of the international media. The Wall Street Journal headline read – India’s Silicon Valley

Ideas from diverse lenses: Facilitating an ideation workshop for OpenCity

“Nothing is more dangerous than an idea, when it’s the only one we have .” — Émile Chartier Just like in many areas of life, this famous quote by French philosopher Émile Chartier holds a lo