Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law March 26, 2018 3:07 pm Change Font Size In the hearing writ petitions praying for video recording and live streaming of court proceedings on Monday, the Supreme Court bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice D. Y. Chandrachud and Justice A. M. Khanwilkar refused to take “an interim view in respect of matters of national importance”, as requested by Senior CounselIndira Jaising (petitioner-in-person), and insisted on hearing the Attorney General as well as the bar. “My prayer is limited to the matters before the Constitution bench…Your Lordships shall agree as to the urgency, considering matters which are of great constitutional moment are scheduled for hearing by the Constitution bench…the Aadhaar hearing is underway…these are proceedings which the whole country should watch…”, submitted Ms. Jaising. “Even if live streaming is not permitted, Your Lordships may … [Read more...] about Plea For Live Streaming Of Important Cases: SC Seeks The Response Of Attorney General
A SMOOTH talker who live-streamed him flirting and snogging a woman outside a club was stunned - when her "husband" turned up. The video shot outside an American nightspot shows the woman locking lips with the lothario before saying: "My husband is going to be p****." They are both stunned when a man, who appears to be her partner, emerges asking if she is ready to go. The pair appear to have only just met when then video starts, and the woman looks like she's drunk a skinful. Music from the club can be heard in the background and people are mingling around the smoking area. The romeo tells her: "you look good tonight", before asking if he can kiss her. She says yes, although she admits to be being married. They snog and he even tries his luck and asks her to perform a sex act, which she laughs off. But seconds later a man emerges and she panics - realising it's her hubby and, as she predicted, he's not happy. She leaves with him as he asks repeatedly: "Really? Really?" No-one in the … [Read more...] about Romeo live-streams himself snogging a woman at a club – then her other half shows up
KENWOOD — On a cool, clear, peaceful Thursday morning, Brad Eastman sat back on one of the many park-bench-sized rocks at his gravel operation. The 101st Airborne veteran tipped back his insignia hat and looked out over the smooth waters of Saline Creek.He was not at peace, however. The old crick in the vet’s back was acting up and he shook his head as he talked about something he sees as a giant pain in his neck.Eastman figures he would be retired now if not for more than $1 million he has been forced to spend due to conflicts with Grand River Dam Authority a few years back and now a man who lodged a citizen’s lawsuit under federal Clean Waters Act guidelines.In March, he lost an appeal on that federal suit in the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and could be stuck with a $35,000 fine, close to $400,000 in additional attorney fees for the plaintiff, plus costs to renovate the creek under the direction of the Cherokee Nation — as ordered by a judge.“They … [Read more...] about ‘I just want to save this stream before it’s gone’: Gravel operation on Saline Creek targeted with citizen lawsuit
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Chanakya Sharma June 9, 2018 1:08 pm Change Font Size In case of Supreme Court, the right to transparency must end an inch before the right to speculate is created. The proponents of live streaming often advance various examples but chief among them is, other countries where the practice prevails, comparison of court with Parliament and the fact of latter allowing live streaming, and the need for educating the masses on how courts decide cases, and so forth. All these reasons combined together are too tempting for a neutral citizen to not favor live streaming. However, a deeper analysis of each of these reasons would entail that they cannot be blindly applied to decide the issue. The eminent judge from United States Supreme Court Justice Scalia was once asked as to why the proceedings in Supreme Court and other federal courts be not telecast live so that people can be educated about what goes into the courtroom … [Read more...] about Should The Supreme Court Proceedings Be Live Streamed?
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Mehal Jain July 9, 2018 6:56 pm Change Font Size The Supreme Court bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A. M. Khanwilkar and D. Y. Chandrachud on Monday observed that live streaming of court proceedings will help litigant instantaneously know what happened to his case and how his lawyer performed his case before the Court. Attorney General KK Venugopal submitted that all court proceedings should be streamed live not only the constitution bench matters. When the Chief Justice asked the AG for his perception, he cited UK’s Constitutional Reforms Act, 2005, under section 47 of which live streaming of proceedings of the Supreme Court was permitted in 2009 and of the Court of Appeal in 2013. Elaborating on the numerous benefits of the live telecast, he advanced that it would enable litigants commuting from distant states such as Tamil Nadu and Kerala to conveniently follow the Supreme Court proceedings. … [Read more...] about “Like Lok Sabha And Rajya Sabha, Supreme Court May Have Its own Channel”- Interesting Court Room Exchange In ‘Live Streaming’ Hearing