Can we have road signs in our lan­guages too?

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Over the past few years the de­mo­graphic of the UAE has changed. Per­haps con­sid­er­a­tion could now be given to the fact that there are now far more Rus­sian, French, Man­darin and Ta­ga­log speak­ers than ever be­fore. Na­tive speak­ers of English are fewer. New sig­nage should re­flect the chang­ing na­ture of the ex­pa­tri­ate pop­u­la­tion. Urdu speak­ers, due to their for­tu­nate abil­ity to read Ara­bic, are hap­pily catered for. AH UAE “Share the road” – this has al­ways been our ad­vo­cacy to pro­mote safe cy­cling. Mo­torists and cy­clists should re­spect each other to have a fair share while on the road. To my fel­low cy­clists, find a place where you can ride safely, there are plenty of cy­cle tracks to choose from and great places around Dubai to ex­plore by bi­cy­cle. And to the mo­tor­ing public, the road is yours but please share a lit­tle kind­ness to those rid­ers along the road. We value our health and safety just like ev­ery­one. Have a safe ride folks! Noel Mal­ic­dem Dubai When I was a grad­u­ate I was told the hard­est job to get is your first job as you have no ex­pe­ri­ence or track record. Some large multi­na­tional com­pa­nies do have grad­u­ate pro­grammes or you could try an un­paid in­tern­ship to get the re­quired ex­pe­ri­ence to bet­ter sell your­self. Cap­tain Pug­wash UAE

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