A full court meeting of Supreme Court judges has resolved to live-stream Constitution Bench hearings. For now, the Supreme Court will stream its hearings on YouTube with technical support from the National Informatics Centre. For the long term, the court is planning to launch a dedicated platform to live-stream hearings. The live-streaming may start from September 27. Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, the court’s e-committee chairperson, said in the full court meeting that the technological requirements for live-streaming is already in place. The decision comes after a recent letter from senior advocate Indira Jaising seeking live-streaming of important case hearings, especially those being heard by Constitution Benches.