1. Dinesh Karthik took part in the dance reality show Ek Khiladi Ek Hasina with Nigaar Khan, who is an Indian TV actress.
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3. Dinesh Karthik made his One-Day International debut for India against England in 2004.
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13. Dinesh Karthik retained his place as a middle-order batsman in the fifth and final match when Dhoni returned after Tendulkar was rested and Yuvraj injured, but the match was ended prematurely due to an unsafe pitch.
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22. Dinesh Karthik was replaced in the ODI team by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who took over the gloves from Dravid on a full-time basis; Karthik did not play another ODI until April 2006.
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23. Dinesh Karthik played another match in the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy against Kenya, taking three catches as India persisted with Dravid's wicket-keeping for the majority of the English tour.
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24. Dinesh Karthik played in only one match against England at Lord's, where he got out after scoring one run.
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27. Dinesh Karthik was rewarded with selection in the national Under-19 team, and played in three youth one day internationals against Nepal.
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29. Dinesh Karthik made his maiden Test century against Bangladesh and then was India's leading scorer in the Test tour of England, helping India to win their first series in England in 21 years.
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32. Tamil Nadu wicket-keeper batsman, Dinesh Karthik was appointed as the skipper amidst mixed reactions from the fans.
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36. Dinesh Karthik bats during the first Twenty20 international cricket match between India and West Indies in Kolkata.
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38. Dinesh Karthik played a match-winning knock of an unbeaten 29 off 8 balls in the final of the tournament against Bangladesh.
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39. On 10 December 2017, Dinesh Karthik had faced 18 deliveries without scoring a single run against Sri Lanka.
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45. Dinesh Karthik had opened the batting for Tamil Nadu in the previous season in the Ranji Trophy, as well as for South Zone in the Duleep Trophy.
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50. In the Third Test at The Oval, Dinesh Karthik scored 91 as India batted first and helped to lay the foundation for their total of 664 and a first-innings lead.
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51. In the Second Test at Trent Bridge, Dinesh Karthik scored 77, helping to lay a top-order platform for India's first innings of 481, which gave them a 283-run lead.
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53. In the second innings, Dinesh Karthik scored, combining with Rahul Dravid in a 166-run partnership to set up a target of 422.
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54. Dinesh Karthik had a chance to score heavily in India's two-Test tour of Bangladesh in December 2004.
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56. On 27 January 2018, Dinesh Karthik was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for ₹7.60 crore.
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59. Dinesh Karthik played in six Ranji Trophy matches for Tamil Nadu as captain, and he had an uneven run of scoring with the bat.
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60. Upon his return to India in 2007, Dinesh Karthik played in six one-dayers for Tamil Nadu and South Zone, reaching 40 twice in six innings.
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62. Dinesh Karthik continued to play for Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy, but only scored 30 in his first four innings of the season.
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69. Dinesh Karthik was taught by his father, a first-division cricketer from Chennai.
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