Hundreds of Pakistani religious leaders and scholars gathered at a conference in Quetta in December to promote Paigham-e-Pakistan, a fatwa that condemns suicide attacks and terrorism.
Sikhs and other minority religious groups are serving iftar to fasting Muslims, a gesture reflecting the strong bond of brotherhood in Pakistan.
All major political parties have condemned recent shoe and ink throwing attacks against the former prime minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif.
Current and retired military officials attended the marriage of the first Sikh officer in the Pakistani army, Maj. Harchem Singh.
National unity is the best tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives for Pakistan's freedom, officials say.
A new Christian Colony in Landi Kotal, where residents may own their own property, will lead to economic prosperity and equal rights, minority groups say.
Sahib Singh is hearing praise for his gesture of brotherly love and tolerance during Ramadan.
The people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are not extremists, says Guliafshan Tariq.
Pakistani political parties and civil society organisations observed the 40th day since Mashal Khan's lynching in Mardan.
Education and faith-based peace building are essential to eradicating terrorism in Pakistan, scholars say.