The event on September 22, which will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump, will see the giant NRG stadium here filled to the capacity, a spokesperson for Texas India Forum (TFI) said.
The 'Howdy Modi' event will be one of the largest events to welcome a foreign head of government ever in the history of the US.
In the United States, it will mark the first time that the two leaders would meet outside of either capital Washington DC or New York, where the United Nations is headquartered.
Earlier in a tweet, Gabbard had informed that though she will not be able to attend the event but hopes to meet Prime Minister Modi during his US visit.
Pakistan based media outlet Dawn reported that in November last year, the Islamabad High Court was informed that Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) had recommended putting Ismail's name on the Exit Control List (ECL) for her alleged anti-state activities abroad.
"There may be somebody wanting to bring an issue which they have raised before. It is for every country to determine its trajectory, how it wants to approach global platforms. There may be some who stoop low, our response then is we soar high," he said while speaking to reporters here.
Reiterating Tehran's denial in Saudi attacks, Iran's foreign Minister said Yemen's Houthi rebels, who claimed responsibility for the attacks, are capable of conducting sophisticated operations.
The 48-year-old businessman appeared before the Westminster Magistrates' Court via video link from Wandsworth prison in south-west London, where he is currently lodged.
This is the 15th edition of the joint exercise hosted alternately between the two countries. Both armies jointly training, planning and executing a series of well-developed operations for neutralisation of various threats.