IAS Topper Tina Dabi Khan has a busy few days with husband Athar Aamir Khan, also a fellow UPSC topper, as the couple visited Jaipur. While in Jaipur, the couple posted several videos of their time together through Insta stories and social media posts.
Among them were the couple’s night out for a dinner, where they enjoyed their company and largely spent their time in reading books. In one video, Athar was engrossed in his book as Tina captured the moment in her camera. She wrote, “Late evenings with you, and our book reading sessions?#GreatFood #GreatMusic #Jaipur #Culture.”
In another video, posted by Tina, the young IAS officer could be seen sitting with a book on her lap as she filmed the surroundings. She wrote, “Thursday nights be like this :)”
On Sunday, she posted her selfie with a caption, “Its Sunday! Athar, take me out someplace!” What was distinctively noticeable in both her recent video and the selfie was her hair style. From her earlier wavy hair style, she was seen sporting straight hair. As expected, her fans and friends couldn’t stop asking her about the change in her look. One of her friends, Mohita Kaul, asked her, “Hope the beautiful and dranatic flips are going well.” To which Tina revealed that she had been undergoing keratin treatment for hair straightening. She wrote, “Yeah..hair flipping is still on. The magic of keratin.”
In July this year, during a trip to Maharashtra, Tina had explained the secret to her looking pretty even after a long day of work.
Last week, Tina had shared a photo of herself with husband Aamir while standing inside an auditorium. This, according to the IAS topper, was taken immediately after her husband had made a presentation in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She wrote, “Proud moment for us, when Athar @atharaamirkhan got an opportunity to present before the PM.”
Tina is currently working as an Assistant Secretary with the Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises of Government of India, Her husband Aamir too has joined as an Assitant Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism in the central government.