Subash Razdan, president-elect of the National Federation of Indian American Associations, has been appointed AttachÈ for India by the Indian Olympic Association.

Mr. Razdan will act as intermediary for his country’s National Olympic Committee and the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG). He is responsible for assisting the Indian team’s arrangements for travel, accommodations, hospitality and setting up contacts in the Atlanta community.

There is a lot of excitement in store for Atlanta, Mr. Razdan said.

In his capacity as Indian attachÈ, Mr. Razdan joins former Atlanta Mayor Maynard H. Jackson Jr., who is acting on behalf of the U.S. Olympic Committee, former Fulton County Commission Chairman Michael Lomax, who is assisting Zimbabwe as well as many other DIGNITARIES.

Mr. Razdan said that the Indian Olympic Team will consist of at least 120 athletes, a relatively large contingent.

He said there has been an outpouring of offers to volunteer help from the U.S. Indian community. An 800 toll-free telephone number is being set up, and meantime Mr. Razdan may be reached in Atlanta at (404) 333-9781.