Remember Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Tina Dabi who made headlines with her first marriage to IAS Athar Aamir Khan? Post her divorce with Athar in August 2021, Dabi has now announced her engagement to another IAS officer Pradeep Gawande.
The UPSC 2016 exam topper from Rajasthan took to social media on Monday to announce her engagement, writing,
I am wearing the smile you (PradeepGawande) gave me, fiance.
Simultaneously her fiance Pradeep also posted a photo with Tina and wrote,
Together, is my favourite place to be!
The couple is scheduled to get married on April 22 in Jaipur.
About Pradeep Gawande
Pradeep is three years senior to Tina and is a 2013 batch IAS Officer. He is currently serving as Director, Archeology & Museums, Rajasthan, as reported by Hindustan Times.
Dabi’s First Marriage
Tina Dabi was previously married to IAS Athar Khan. While Dabi had topped All India UPSC Examination, Athar had secured second position in the same.
The couple enjoyed immense social media popularity after they had announced her relationship in 2016. Soon, the duo got married in April 2018 at Kashmir’s Pahalgam.
The wedding was a high-profile ceremony attended by several senior politicians, bureaucrats and dignitaries, including Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu. Despite protests by some groups, the marriage was hailed in the media as an example of “communal harmony”.
Rahul Gandhi, then Congress president, had wished the IAS couple on Twitter saying their marriage was an inspiration in “this age of growing intolerance and communal hatred”.
However, the marriage was short lived and two years later, they had announced their separation in November 2020. Their divorce was finalised in August 2021 after an order passed by a Jaipur court.
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