• Confiscation:- the action of taking someone's property with authority; seizure.
               Ex.- His passport was confiscated by the police to prevent him from leaving the  country.

  • Deterrent:- a thing that discourages someone from doing something.
                Ex.- Cameras are major deterrent to crime.

  • Spate:- a large number of similar things coming in quick succession.
               Ex.- We are yet gain access to official papers on this spate of violence.

  • Scrutiny:- critical observation, inspection, survey.
                 Ex.- The government's record will come under scrutiny in the weeks before the election.

  • Evade:- Escape or avoid.
                 Ex.- It is no wonder he evaded the question.

  • Lenient:- more merciful, tolerant, gentle.
               Ex.- The government is lenient about there role with drug traffickers.

  • Conspire:- make secret plans jointly to commit an unlawful or harmful act.
               Ex.- Mr. Patil and Mrs. Shinde both admitted conspiring to murder her husband.

  • Iota:- an extremely small amount; ounce, bit, jot.
               Ex.- I don't mind that in the least, not one iota.

  •  Mortuary:- a room in which dead bodies are kept for examination, morgue.
              Ex.- He also introduced a rickshaw service, which takes unclaimed bodies from the     government mortuary for a proper burial.

  • Concede:- agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it, surrender.
              Ex..- The government has conceded that the new tax policy has been disaster.

  • Panoramic:- a picture with a wide view surrounding the observer, sweeping.
               Ex.- From the hotel roof you can enjoy a panaroma of the whole city.

  • Barge:- Move forcefully or roughly, jostle.
                 Ex.- He barged his way to the front of the queue.

  • Azure:- bright blue in colour like a cloudless sky.
               Ex.- The once azure skies of Mumbai have been ruined by atomspheric pollution.

  • Empyrean:- relating to heaven.
               Ex.- We rose through the polluted air into the clear empyrean above.

  • Emulate:- match or surpass typically by imitation.
               Ex.- They hope to emulate the success of other software companies.

  • Liaison:-to exchange information between two organisation so that you can both be more effective.
             Ex.- Council officers are liasing closely with local group.