You can check on the South Asia photolisting for Indian children. There are only 3 WC available currently. When you get her info sheet (or maybe it says it on there already) at the very bottom it will state her status, which may be "not available for adoption" "available for in-country or out-of-country (international) adoption" or "matched with a family."
As far as the India program, you cannot adopt a previously identified child. There are many families in the India program, so if she is available, my guess is that she will be quickly matched with a family already in process. The waiting list is quite long. If she does not fit the requested profile of any of the families in process, she will appear on the photolisting online and THEN you could request her.
However, India has very recently revamped their whole process and children are now being matched at the national level. I'm not sure how waiting children are being handled, but much of what Holt has done in the past with regard to adoptions has now been altered.
You can certainly call Holt and ask, but my guess is the chance of adopting her is very, very small. However, adopting from India is a WONDERFUL blessing and if you can open your heart to a different child, I'd apply to adopt through Holt again in a heartbeat. There very well may be a DIFFERENT little girl who is meant for your family, and while you might not be able to adopt THIS little girl, maybe she has been the catalyst to bring you to your ACTUAL child.
Please join us on the India board if you have more questions about the process or adoption from India.