matter of concern

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What ye may want, sir, is a matter of concern to nobody but yoursel'," returned the captain; "but I can tell ye that which is to be.
ISLAMABAD -- Leader of the House in the Senate Raja Zafarul Haq Thursday said the rising intolerance and extremism against minorities in India, despite its high claims of being the largest democracy, was a matter of concern.
He added that he would request adequate information from the competent institutions that have decided to do so, and pointed out that any weapons procurement in BiH, especially considering the quantity purchased by Republika Srpska's Ministry of Interior, is a matter of concern for all citizens.
Cruelty with Zainab in Kasur is a matter of concern for the whole nation and every person should fulfill its social responsibility to curb such happenings in future.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 9 (ANI): Officers of the Goods and Services Tax Council (GST) are scheduled to meet on Thursday (January 11) to deliberate on reasons for the fall in GST revenue collection, flagged as a major matter of concern for the finance ministry.
Instead of protector of human rights in the country, the N-League government is violating it and it is a matter of concern for everyone,' he added.
The structure of Sukk-Pull [bridge] in Shikarpur, which has the distinction of Asia's first bridge, has been undergoing lot of wear and tear for quite some time now, which is a matter of concern for the people as it is situated in a congested area near Stuart Ganj.
He said fleeing of Rohingyas to Bangladesh fearing their lives was a matter of concern for the world community, adding the crises could also jeopardize the world peace.
MPs don't bother if anyone cares about their work or if they are factors in society, their only matter of concern is to longer enjoy the MP function, comments Popovska.
Ukraine sits across routes for the export of Russian oil and gas towards Europe, and the situation there remains a matter of concern to traders.
Opening the inquest in Ruthin, coroner John Gittins said: "Unfortunately there have been a number of accidents in that area over the years and that is a matter of concern to me.
ere has been a signi[euro]cant rise in complaints, which is a matter of concern even though the complaints procedure may be more accessible.