From the desk of the editors.
Subramaniam Vincent is Co-founder and former Editor-in-Chief, Citizen Matters. His twitter handle is @subbuvincent.
It’s yet another milestone in the journey of Oorvani Foundation. You may have read about our joint initiative with Radio Active Community Radio 90.8 MHz – Co Media Lab. The community media lab serves as »
Oorvani Foundation and Datameet are happy to announce the launch of OpenCity.in – an urban public data portal. In cities across India, there is a lack of accessible and robust public data. Citizens often do »
Pink advertisements are all over the media. It’s raining offers for women all over e-commerce websites. A newspaper carries the T-20 cricket schedule, where a pink section highlights the schedule for women’s T-20 cricket matches. It’s »
A reader wrote to us: “This article clearly violates the principle of Oorvani foundation (of non-partisan reporting)… this article from Mount Carmel event is clearly to support Rahul Gandhi as a politician.” No. First, the »
Some start their own enterprises because they want to be independent. Some have dreams of making it big. But some end up being change-makers, because they wish to see some problem solved, the kind nobody »
Alright — so we’re all getting ready to vote throughout the country. Some states have already completed polling. Bengaluru’s turn is tomorrow. How do you decide? This election, in particular, is seeing massive interest from »
Data is often underestimated or ignored in public affairs, especially in the local governance space. Claims can go wrong, but data cannot lie. Data is what gives you the real picture of any given situation. »