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IAS topper Tina Dabi shines again winning Gold Medal during two-year training

New Delhi:1/7/18; 2015 batch IAS topper Tina Dabi shines again winning Gold Medal during two-year training at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) in Mussoorie.

Tina, who had secured the first rank in UPSC’s civil services examination in 2015, continuing her fantastic streak, has now won the prestigious President’s Gold Medal during her two-year training program at LBSNAA.

Tina took to Twitter and wrote, ” *RANK 1* Once Again.I have received President of India Gold Medal for coming First in my 2 years of Training. I am *First in Order of Merit* of 2016 Batch of IAS.”

Tina turned a social media sensation announcing his marriage with her Kashmiri batch-mate Amir Athar Amirul Shafi Khan, who secured the second rank in the prestigious examination the same year.

She had created quite a furore with some of the right wing organisations raising questions over her decision to tie the knot with a person from another religion.

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