Probably a good idea.

Indians are celebrating the country’s biggest tax reform by naming their babies after it

… In the Patels’ case, it was an inspiration to demonstrate their lack of gender bias. “GST is one nation, one tax and is uniform. Similarly both female and male child are equal. The parents also chose GST as names for this particular reason as they were happy having girls in their family,” explained Dr Sweta Patel who works at Surat’s Female First hospital where the triplets were born.

Now that is truly welcome. India is notorious for its preference for the male child. Often seen as a burden and rarely considered as financial contributors, girls in India are given to being mistreated—many are even killed in the womb. This has skewed India’s sex ratio so much that it is now one of the worst in the world. …