ISIS has been making inroads in Pakistan through alliances with local militant outfits such as LeJ and the Jamatul Ahrar faction of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
The two groups are killing each other over the ability to plunder long-suffering civilians.
Pakistan has so far blocked 12,968 websites of proscribed organisations under the National Action Plan.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to give free medical and dental education to slain children's siblings.
The Taliban's actions, including murdering Muslims in mosques and destroying schools, run counter to Islam and to national interests.
Pakistan is working to stop Iranian elements from spreading virulent ideology and recruiting Pakistani Shia youth to fight in Syria.
Military operations contributed to the success in curtailing the assassinations.
Pakistani security forces have killed 1,657 militants over the past two years, while Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad has continued these gains, observers say.
The attack brought widespread condemnation and the pledge that the census will continue undeterred.
Jamatul Ahrar, a faction of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, immediately took responsibility for the car bombing that killed more than 20 people in a busy market.