Ambati Rayudu was left out of the India World Cup 2019 team and had sent a cryptic message in response.
Virat Kohli will be the sixth Indian player to represent Surrey in the English county.
Bengal captain Manoj Tiwary said that he did not wish to get into the Pragyan Ojha controversy.
Thanks to centuries from Abhimanyu Easwaran (101) and Shreevats Goswami (101) and a blistering 75 from Manoj Tiwary, Bengal posted an imposing score of 329 for four in their 50 overs. In reply, Jharkhand were bowled out for 288.
England spinner Zafar Ansari says he closely followed Pragyan Ojha's bowling action for a short period of time, and learnt from Murali Kartik during their county stints at Surrey
Ashok Dinda and Pragyan Ojha are important in Bengal's scheme of things and the team management, which includes skipper Manoj Tiwary, coach Sairaj Bahutule and manager Sameer Dasgupta, spoke to them and conveyed that this behaviour was unexpected.
Muttiah Muralitharan said that India have a great chance of defeating the three heavyweights -- New Zealand, England and Australia -- in the 13 Tests to be played at home in the upcoming season
Pragyan Ojha, while fielding for India Green at mid-on, was dealt a blow on the left side of his head after the ball bounced viciously in front of him, forcing him to take evasive action
Pragyan Ojha opted out of the Bengal's World Twenty20 warm-up game against Pakistan on March 12 due to personal commitments. Manoj Tiwary will lead the side.
Pragyan Ojha picked up 11 wickets in the match as Bengal thrashed Vidarbha.
Pragyan Ojha picked up 7/58 as Vidarbha were bowled out for 202 in their first innings against Bengal.
Pragyan Ojha picked up 5/30, while Sudip Chatterjee scored an elegant century as Bengal eye big lead against Vidharbha during their Ranji Trophy game in Kolkata.
Vidharbha's Akshay Wakhare picked up 4/40 to reduce Bengal to 217/7 on Day One.
Bengal Lead Delhi by 155 runs after Day Three.
Veteran allrounder Laxmi Ratan Shukla will lead a 15-member Bengal Ranji squad to Sri Lanka.
Pragyan Ojha does not believe in giving up. Despite the fact that he has made repeated claims for a place in the national side, the spinner has missed the bus repeatedly since 2013. The hunger though remains.
Pragyan Ojha took five for 85 in the first innings of Australia A and added one wicket in the visiting team's incomplete second essay in the first unofficial 'Test' against India A, which ended in a draw here.