The provincial government is establishing more police stations and providing the latest weapons to counter terrorism.
Security forces killed three top ISIS commanders in recent weeks: the group's 'operational commander' for Pakistan and the commanders responsible for operations in Karachi and Bajaur.
Anti-China sentiment among Pakistanis is growing, and extremist groups are taking advantage of the situation to encourage violence.
Hardline religious party leader Khadim Hussain Rizvi died last week. Political and security analysts question the direction the group will take with his son now at the helm.
Residents in Nangarhar Province are rebuilding their homes and say they no longer fear the wrath of the terrorists.
A bombing at a religious school in Dir Colony killed nine and wounded more than 90 on October 27.
The centre, established in 2014, has so far trained nearly 12,000 commandos of the KP Police.
The Chinese president is directing operations to undermine neighbouring countries while at the same time claiming that 'pursuing hegemony or bullying leads nowhere'.
Part of the group's efforts are centered around the Haqqani Network, a violent Taliban wing blamed for some of the worst atrocities in Afghanistan's war.
Under one initiative, the KP government will purchase the ancestral houses of Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor, Bollywood actors, and convert them into museums.