Enhanced security measures have taken effect at cattle markets, trade centres and places of worship across the country.
The drive to register the estimated 600,000 to 1 million Afghans will bring benefits and security to all sides of the issue.
Authorities are trying to cut off unwitting charitable donations to extremist groups.
Keeping continuous control of the valley is vital in restricting militants' cross-border movements, say observers.
Taliban and ISIS activities disproportionately affect innocent civilians, undermine the country's economy and have nothing to do with Islam, observers say.
The Pakistani government is offering special student visas, dedicated slots in schools and scholarships for Afghan students.
Authorities and NGOs are teaming up to work on the persistent social problem.
Doctors say better working conditions, salaries and improved law and order in Pakistan are the main reasons they quit their jobs abroad.
Only joint efforts can defeat terrorism in the region, said celebrants in Peshawar.
A Peace Exchange Programme brings together women from both countries to share ideas on how to 'douse the fire of radicalism'.
More than 1,300 suspected militants have been arrested in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the past few years.
The TTP's online magazine 'Sunnat-e-Khaula' targets Pakistani women with advice on how to engage 'like-minded jihadi sisters'.
Pakistan celebrated its 70th year of independence in lavish displays of pride nationwide.
A bombing in Quetta over the weekend was a failed attempt by the terrorist outfit to disrupt the country on the eve of its freedom celebrations.
National unity is the best tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives for Pakistan's freedom, officials say.
Border security is the key to discouraging terrorism on both sides of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, analysts say.
Pakistani security forces cleared the Brekh Muhammad Kandao mountaintop sooner than planned, boding well for the rest of the operation, analysts say.
Education is the key to development and ending militancy and violence in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, observers say.
Displays of patriotism tell terrorists that the people have become stronger and are more united than ever, observers say.
Some local militant groups are carrying out sectarian attacks using the name of ISIS in order to create insecurity and boost their legitimacy, officials say.
The KP government plans to enact a law to curb the use of 'ice', a potent form of methamphetamine.