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Tina Dabi’s ex-husband IAS officer Athar Aamir Khan gets engaged, Second Marriage photos

Tina Dabi and Aamir Athar got married in 2018. Both met in Delhi during IAS training. However, in November 2020, Tina Dabi and Aamir Athar filed for divorce in the Jaipur Family Court, which was approved in August 2021.

IAS officer Tina Dabi’s ex-husband and UPSC 2015 second topper Athar Aamir Khan announes his second marriage engagement has completed with Dr. Mehreen Qazi. Athar Aamir Khan has given information about his engagement by sharing on Instagram. She is engaged to Dr. Mehreen Qazi.

A few days ago, Tina Dabi married IAS officer Dr Pradeep Gawande in a private ceremony in Jaipur. Mehreen is a doctor by profession. According to Mahreen’s Instagram profile, she is an MD in Medicine. Presently he is a doctor at Cancer Institute.

According to the information received so far, Mehreen is basically Kashmiri. In his Instagram account, he has described himself as a ‘dreamer and achiever’.

Mehreen is currently a doctor at the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Center, Delhi.

Tina Dabi and Aamir Athar got married in 2018. Both met in Delhi during IAS training. Tina Dabi had topped the UPSC in 2015 while Aamir Athar was the second topper in the same year. Then many leaders attended their marriage. These included Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister and then Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan.

In November 2020, Tina Dabi and Aamir Athar filed for divorce in the Family Court of Jaipur, which was approved in August 2021.

A year later, in April 2022, Tina Dabi married IAS officer Pradeep Gawande for the second time.


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Tina Dabi is currently the Joint Secretary in the Finance Department of the Government of Rajasthan. At the same time, her husband is an IAS officer of 2013. Pradeep Gawande is currently the Director of Archeology and Museum, Rajasthan

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