Sarvesh Bhardwaj & Associates

Advocates & Corporate Advisors

Contact Person : Sarvesh Bhardwaj
Call Us : 91 11 46170825, +91-9350301058
E-Mail : sb@sbalawindia.com
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Our Planning

Our way of working is highly transparent and we work in close association with the clients to give them the best solutions in accordance with their requirements.



Our Planning

M/s Sarvesh Bhardwaj is committed to provide quality legal services to its clients. It also committed to provide legal services to poor totally free depending on merit of his/her case. Its  motto is to free the world from injustice and inequality.

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Our Vision

Our way of working is highly transparent and we work in close association with the clients to give them the best solutions in accordance with their requirements.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to give best legal services to our clients. We also want to provide free legal services to needy and poor particularly a helpless women and children. We want India to get rid from poverty, diseases and social inequality. .

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Case Study

We are trying our best to give valuable legal services to client.

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LATEST PROGRAMS & NEWS

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1) Income Tax department has revised the ITR forms.

2) Under new ITR forms, an assessee has to furnish details of his properties if his income is more  than  50 lakhs rupees in  the financial year

3) Bar Council of India (BCI) has called off his proposed rally on 2nd May 2017 after getting assurance from Union Law Minister.

3) Union Law Minister has assured that the changes in Advocates Act shall be made only after consulting the lawyers bodies across the country.

4) Union Law Ministry starts the pro bono services for lawyers.

5) Lawyers may registered themselves on the dedicated portal for rendering pro bono legal services 

 

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It was just a flight for survival for the Dalai Lama, spiritual ruler of Tibet, world's last surviving "Buddhocracy". In 1959, Chairman Mao had decided that China must invade, and they did so ferociously. Today, Tibet is a democratic government in exile, not formally recognised anywhere in the world, yet fighting to retain its identity.

Finding Azadi in India

Dalai Lama photo

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We are also issuing Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) of Ncode and emudhra companies. Please click the above link for getting the requisite Application Forms.