Mumbai, Jan 15 (PTI) Top stories from western region at 5.10 pm.<br>        BOM4  GJ-SHAH-NATURAL FARMING<br>Turn to natural farming as overuse of chemical fertilisers causing ill-effects: Shah tells farmers<br>Ahmedabad: Pointing out that overuse of chemical fertilisers is creating an adverse impact on the quality of land, water and human health, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday urged farmers to launch a "new green revolution" in India by adopting natural farming methods.<br>        BOM1 GJ-TRAIN-PILLAR<br>Guj: Rajdhani Express train hits cement pillar placed on track in suspected derailment bid, none hurt<br>Valsad: The Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Express train hit a cement pillar, which some miscreants had allegedly placed on the railway track near Valsad in south Gujarat, although no passenger was injured, police officials said on Saturday.<br>BOM3  MH-UP POLLS-NCP<br>NCP holding seat-sharing talks with SP for UP polls, one seat decided so far: Malik<br>Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Nawab Malik on Saturday said his party is in talks with the Samajwadi Party (SP) over the seat-sharing formula for the upcoming elections in Uttar Pradesh, and so far one seat has been decided for the NCP.<br>BOM5  MH-VIRUS-DELTA-OFFICIAL<br>Delta still dominant strain of COVID-19, says Maha health official amid Omicron scare<br>Mumbai: Amid the scare caused by the Omicron variant of coronavirus, a senior official of the Maharashtra health department has said that the Delta strain of the virus still accounts for the maximum number of infection cases in the state as revealed by the genome sequencing of patients' samples. PTI KRK <br>KRK   KRK

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