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ELIB.ORG.IN is a digital library, repository and archive for the preservation of scientific and literary works of Indian and foreign authors. The project works on the principles of free participation: everyone can register and save their scientific or literary works. Read and publish with ELIB.ORG.IN!

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A. S. BUGROV Post-graduate student of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences India-one of the 3 largest economies in Asia along with Japan and China - follows the policy …
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In May 1998, India, which refused to sign the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, carried out a series of underground nuclear explosions and de facto became a member of the States poss…
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Since the early 70s of the last century, India has held the first place in the world in the production of films. Their annual production has long exceeded a thousand. Films are made in Hindi, Bengali,…
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D. A. DUDENKOVA Moscow City Pedagogical University (MSPU) Keywords: China, Xishuangbanna, Dai people In China, they say: "Above is paradise, and below is Suzhou and Hangzhou" (cities in the east of the country). And if you still naively believe this, then …
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It was 1970, more than any other year, that can be considered decisive in terms of the formation of India's nuclear ambitions. In November of the previous year, Indira Gandhi won an uphill political b…
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"Weapons of Peace". Obsessive use of this oxymoron* India is trying to explain its actions, which in the world seem inconsistent and incompatible with its image of a peace-loving state. After all, eve…
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With the explosion (October 16, 1964), China became the first State to violate the Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons Tests in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space and Under Water, * which Jawaharlal Nehru so z…
8 days ago
V. GELBRAS Doctor of Historical Sciences Chinese migration has spread to almost every country in the world in recent years. Until recently, it was absent or not significant in Russia, Mongolia, Japan, Poland, Hungary and some other countries. Now China is …
18 days ago
HOW CHINESE UNIVERSITIES USE FOREIGN TEACHERS Key words: China, private and public universities I. V. SMERDOV PhD (Philosophy) Chinese private educational institutions been in the process developing and initially gaining credibility since the first private…
36 days ago
Once players have their teammate's tools and coronary heart, gamers of Dark And Darker Gold will need to go into their inventory display and make sure that the heart of their teammate is ready to an object slot. Once this is done, players will want to pres…
38 days ago
The Prime Minister's austere office in the far corner of Delhi's South Block is one of the most spartan in the country. A large portrait of Mahatma Gandhi adorns the wall directly behind the spacious,…
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A. Y. YAKOVLEV Candidate of Political Sciences Deputy Director of the Institute of Economics, Management and Law of RSUH India Keywords:, terrorism, counter-terrorism Among the most difficult problems…
45 days ago
B. C. SHETH, Professor, University of Mumbai (Bombay) Since time immemorial, the Indian Ocean has been plied by boats and small boats of tribes who lived on its warm shores. Asian and African navigato…
45 days ago
Joaquin Correa has gone unnoticed since there is a Correa in Serie A that is slightly more effective to earning EAFC 24 Coins. But unlike Angel Correa Joaquin is able to play in the middle of the field. The Argentinian is quick, agile and is one of the top…
50 days ago
UDC 222.6: 093.3: 94 (477). "H-HSH" Examples of quoting the biblical books of the Eightfold in the Old Russian chronicles-such expressions as "wise and well-meaning men"are considered. "Rus' has fun to drink" , etc. Researchers of the Old Russian era often…
58 days ago
Israeli-Turkish relations are a rather curious phenomenon in the political space of the Middle East. At first glance, it may seem that the dynamics of their development is determined solely by the role of extra-regional powers, since both states have speci…
62 days ago
The new book by Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences A. Gromyko "Lessons of World Politics: Order or Law and Order? "(Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nestor-Istoriya, 2016, 240 p.) is far from accidental and, undoubtedly, very significant in mod…
64 days ago
A. A. SUVOROV Doctor of Philological Sciences Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Keywords: Republic of Sri Lanka, Bandaranaike dynasty, women in power, Sinhalese-Tamil conflict, devolution Chandrika Kumaratunga (b.1945), Presi…
66 days ago
F. N. YURLOV Doctor of Historical Sciences Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Keywords: India, colonial exploitation, poverty, agrarian reforms, green revolution, food se…
66 days ago
E. S. YURLOVA Candidate of Historical Sciences Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Key words: India, vulnerable groups, caste stratification, women and children, functiona…
66 days ago
B. V. Cherkass (Kiev) The event under this name was held on May 24-26, 2012 in Kaunas and Trakai (Lithuania). The conference was organized by Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas) in cooperation with the Institute of Lithuanian History (Vilnius), the Inst…
67 days ago
V. I. POLUEKTOV Candidate of MGIMO-University of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia Key words: India, foreign policy, N. Modi, multilateral diplomacy It has been two years since the leader of t…
75 days ago
N. Z. MOSAKI Candidate of Historical Sciences Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Federal Tax Service Keywords: Iraq, Iraq (Southern Region) Kurdistan, electric power industry, power stations Political successes of the Iraqi (S…
77 days ago
Keywords: Africa, climate, Paris Conference, Great Green Wall An inter-institute round table on "Global climate change: implications for the Socio-economic development of African countries"was held at the Center for Sociological and Political Studies of th…
77 days ago
E. S. BIRYUKOV Candidate of Economic Sciences MGIMO-University of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia O. V. BIRYUKOVA Candidate of Economic Sciences National Research University "Higher School of Economics" Keywords: special economic zones, special e…
79 days ago
A. A. ERMAKOV Candidate of Historical Sciences A. A. KORNILOV Doctor of Historical Sciences I. V. RYZHOV Doctor of Historical Sciences Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod Keywords: State of Israel, Gaza Strip, Hamas, deterrence policy, Al-Quds …
79 days ago
S. G. AZERBAYEV Candidate of Historical Sciences Abylai Khan Kazakh University of International Relations and World Languages (Alma-Ata) Keywords: Kazakhstan, Middle East, Egypt, foreign policy The Middle East region plays a special role in the system of i…
80 days ago
I. B. MATSENKO Candidate of Economic Sciences Institute of Africa, Russian Academy of Sciences Keywords: Africa, financial development, regional banks, pan-African banks, mergers and acquisitions On the African continent, new and growing local banking grou…
81 days ago
L. D. HOVHANNISYAN Graduate student Faculty of World Politics, Lomonosov Moscow State University Keywords: Arab Spring, European Union, Mediterranean, free trade agreements The Arab Spring, which affected most of the countries of North Africa and the Middl…
81 days ago
R.N. ISMAGILOVA Doctor of Historical Sciences Institute of Africa, Russian Academy of Sciences Keywords: Ethiopia, Gambella, ethnic federalism, interethnic relations, conflicts In accordance with the Constitution that came into force in August 1995, a new …
81 days ago
M. O. RYAZANOVA Graduate student MGIMO (U) of the Russian Foreign Ministry The development of the country's economic policy and the development of its fundamental directions are directly related to en…
82 days ago
GREAT RESEARCH FOR PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT. ____________________ This publication was posted on Libmonster in another country. The article seemed interesting to our editor. Full version:…
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GREAT RESEARCH ON CARBON CAPTURE AND NEW SOURCES OF FUELS. ____________________ This publication was posted on Libmonster in another country. The article seemed interesting to our editor. Full version:…
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An AUTHENTIC RESEARCH WORK ON SAFE SHIP RECYCLING ____________________ This publication was posted on Libmonster in another country. The article seemed interesting to our editor. Full version:…
83 days ago
MGIMO Applicant(U) Russian Foreign Ministry Keywords: Myanmar, China, energy, oil and gas, pipeline In January 2015, a grand opening ceremony was held, while in test mode, of the Myanmar-China oil pipeline, which, together with the previously laid gas pipe…
83 days ago
I. Y. KOTIN Doctor of Historical Sciences Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography. Peter the Great Russian Academy of Sciences (Saint Petersburg) Keywords: Sadiq Khan, London, multiculturalism, Muslims, Pakistanis In May 2016, a significant event took place…
83 days ago
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Important information for authors

Why is it important to save your scholarly work in a digital library?

There are many reasons why it is important to keep your scholarly work online. Let's focus on the main ones:
  1. Wide access: The Internet allows researchers and scholars around the world easy access to your scholarly work. This is especially important for those who live or work in remote countries or regions or sparsely populated areas where access to scholarly publications may be limited.
  2. Preservation and dissemination of knowledge: The preservation and dissemination of scientific works on the Internet ensures the preservation and dissemination of knowledge that can be used to advance science. This helps avoid duplication of research and facilitates access to previous works, which contributes to faster human progress.
  3. Citation: Storing research papers online at a specific address provides a permanent link to your work, making it easier for other scientists to cite and use your research. It also helps to increase your citation index in academia.
  4. Archiving: Storing research papers online ensures that they are archived and preserved for the future. This is important so that researchers can access previous works and use them in their own research.
  5. Dissemination of ideas: Keeping scientific papers online provides an opportunity to disseminate ideas and research results to a wide audience. This can lead to a broader discussion of ideas and a faster dissemination of knowledge in the scientific community.

What can I save in a digital library?

In a digital library, authors can save all kinds of digital information:
  1. E-books: digital versions of books, which can be saved in PDF, DJVU, or other e-book formats.
  2. Scientific articles: scientific publications that can be saved in text form for reading from a computer screen or other gadget or in PDF or other electronic article formats (in which case articles can also be read from both desktop and mobile device screens).
  3. Journals: digital versions of journals that can be saved in PDF or other electronic journal formats.
  4. Audio and video materials: lecture recordings, music, movies and other video and audio files. Audio files are stored in a special storage, and we recommend uploading videos to Youtube and then inserting a link to them in your publications in the library.
  5. Documents: different types of documents, such as brochures, manuals, reports, articles, and other documents. There is a special section for files in the library.
  6. Maps and drawings: different types of graphic images, including maps, charts, drawings, diagrams, and other types of images. They can be stored in the Photo Documents section.
  7. Electronic textbooks and learning materials: digital versions of textbooks, study guides, and other learning materials.
  8. Electronic newspapers: digital versions of newspapers that can be saved in PDF or other electronic newspaper formats.
  9. Photos: digital images of photos and other graphic materials.
  10. Archival materials: digital versions of documents and other materials from archives and museums.
  11. Research information: digital versions of articles, reports, dissertations, and other research-related materials.
  12. Electronic diaries: digital versions of diaries and other personal entries. The library has a special section for author diaries, where you can keep entries in chronological order.
  13. Electronic patents: digital versions of patents and other documents related to intellectual property.
  14. Internet Archives: electronic versions of web pages and other online materials that can be saved in archiving programs and uploaded for preservation in the library.
  15. Computer programs and applications: digital versions of software, applications, and games.
  16. Electronic dictionaries and reference books: digital versions of various dictionaries and reference books on various topics.
  17. Music: digital versions of music, albums, and other audio materials.
  18. Digital maps: electronic versions of maps, geographic and topographic data.

Why is the digital library free for authors and readers?

All services to authors and readers are provided free of charge. So it was, so it is and so it will be. There are several reasons why the library stores and makes available information published by authors for free:
  1. Accessibility. Free access to information makes it available to all users, regardless of their financial status or location. This is important to ensure equal access to education and information for all.
  2. Dissemination of knowledge. The purpose of digital libraries is to disseminate knowledge and information throughout the world. Free access to information contributes to this goal because it allows people to access the latest scientific discoveries and other important information resources.
  3. Social effect. Many authors, especially those who publish their works in the electronic library, do not receive direct financial benefits from their publications, but do so in order to promote science and disseminate knowledge. Providing free access to their work helps them achieve this goal.
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