Want to see myself on the silver screen: Manisha Koirala

New Delhi, April 05 (ANI): Actress Manisha Koirala says she is looking forward to make a comeback in films but is not interested in doing small roles. "I want to see myself on screen. I want to be back. I do get offers. I get roles like important one's in the film but I am there for two scenes or so. I don't want that. I am waiting for a good director and a good role," told Manisha. Manisha, 43, is known for her performance in films like Khamoshi, 1942: A Love Story, Bombay, and Dil Se among others. Apr 5, 2014

I am not dating Shahid Kapoor: Sonakshi Sinha

New Delhi, April 05 (ANI): Bollywood actor Sonakshi Sinha has dismissed all rumours of her dating actor Shahid Kapoor and said that they are just friends. According to sources, Shahid and Sonakshi became close during the making of their last film. "We are friends and co-stars. I like all my friends," she said. She is also working out with Shahid's trainer and the two of them train together. She chose to be silent after she was asked if she has been working out with Shahid's trainer Abbas Ali or if the two of them have been training together. Apr 5, 2014

French street artist Noir holds first solo show in London

French street artist Thierry Noir is best known for being one of the first artists to paint on the Berlin Wall, back in 1984. Having been based in the German capital for thirty years, Noir is now holding his first solo show in London. Duration: 01:08 Apr 5, 2014

PSLV C24 successfully launches India's second navigation satellite

Sriharikota, April 04 (ANI): An Indian rocket carrying the country’s second navigation satellite, IRNSS-1B, on Friday blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. With the successful launch of this satellite, India’s quest for building a strong navigational system equivalent to U.S’s Global Positioning System (GPS) accomplished its second major milestone. Second in the fleet of seven similar satellites, this would contribute in setting up the Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System. The 44 meter, 320 ton, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle C24 (PSLV-C24) lifted off exactly at 5.14 pm from Sriharikota, a barrier island in Bay of Bengal and placed the navigation satellite in space. Apr 5, 2014

Morning sunlight may be secret of staying lean

New Delhi, April 04 (ANI): A new study has revealed that people who are exposed to earlier sunlight are leaner than other people. The study has found that that the timing, intensity and duration of light exposure affects one's weight, as people exposed to even moderately bright light in the morning have a significantly lower body mass index. The study states that light is the most potent agent to synchronize one's internal body clock that regulates circadian rhythms, which in turn also regulate energy balance and about 20 to 30 minutes of morning light is enough to affect BMI. If a person doesn't get sufficient light at the appropriate time of day, it could de-synchronize the internal body clock, which is known to alter metabolism and can lead to weight gain. The study is published in the journal PLOS ONE. Apr 5, 2014

Manisha Koirala unveils Prevention Magazines cover

Mumbai, April 4 (ANI): Bollywood actor Manisha Koirala unveiled the latest issue of Prevetion Magazine in the showbiz capital, Mumbai recently. Manisha is also the cover girl for this issue. At the event, she seemed happy to be associated with this magazine. Manisha, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in late 2012, has emerged as a winner against her battle with cancer. Well…it’s great to see you in good health Manisha!!! Apr 5, 2014

Exhibit brings Van Gogh masterpieces back to Arles

Impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh's iconic paintings of sunflowers and cottages in Arles return home to the Southern French town for an exhibit at the painter's foundation this summer. Duration: 00:57 Apr 5, 2014

K-Pop musicians big in Japan bridge diplomatic divide

Thousands of K-Pop fans flock to a major concert featuring top South Korean music stars in Japan, with organisers and fans alike calling it a "bridge" for two nations locked in constant diplomatic squabbling. Duration: 01:15 Apr 4, 2014

Bramante's Cloister still wows tourists in Rome

Bramante's Cloister was built in Rome at the start of the 16th century by Donato Bramante, and more than 500-years later tourists are sill flocking to see this architectural jewel in the city of light. Duration: 01:04 Apr 4, 2014