In a red-letter day for open courts and transparency, the Supreme Court of India will begin live-streaming of Constitution Bench hearings today..The top court had last week decided to begin live-streaming of Constitution Bench cases starting September 27.The decision was taken at a full-court meeting convened by Chief Justice of India UU Lalit last week. The decision was unanimous and the hearings will initially be telecast live on YouTube, sources had told Bar & Bench..The top court will soon develop its own platform to host the live telecast of proceedings, as revealed by the CJI recently.Currently, the Court is hearing important matters including the batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the 10% reservation for the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS). Other cases to be heard today include petitions related to the recent Maharashtra Political Crisis and the power tussle between the Central and Delhi governments, as well as the challenge to the validity of the All-India Bar Examination.Some of the other Constitution Bench cases slated to begin soon are: the Bohra community's right to excommunicate; adequacy of Bhopal Gas Tragedy compensation; retrospective application of immunity against arrest; and the extent of the Supreme Court's Article 142 powers to grant divorce when a party does not consent. .Live streaming links for today's Constitution Benches are:Court 1- Petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the 10% quota for the economically weaker sections (EWS).Court 2 - Cases arising out of the Maharashtra Political Crisis and the issue concerning the scope of legislative and executive powers of the Central and Delhi governments over control of services in the national capital.Court 3 - Petitions challenging the validity of the All India Bar Examination. The live stream is also available on the top court's website.