After 4-game trip, BYU women’s hoops returns home with WCC title in sights

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Although India has not imposed a direct ban on cryptocurrencies, it has repeatedly made it clear that the use or trade in virtual currencies is not licensed by the government. The RBI has said that investors in such currencies do so at their own risk. The government, however, has plans to introduce a fiat cryptocurrency itself.

After 4-game trip, BYU women's hoops returns home with WCC title in sights
PROVO — Before the BYU women's basketball team left on its four-game road trip that ultimately gave it a one-game lead on San Diego for first place in the West Coast Conference, coach Jeff Judkins said the two-week stretch that included games at …
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