In 2009, only 51 prisoners were serving time for extremism and terrorism. Now more than triple that number are serving time for these offences.
Recently restored air travel links and joint business projects show the two countries' growing interests toward each other, observers say.
The 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' is no longer honouring its commitment to pay compensation to the families of slain fighters.
The first International Expo of Ferghana Valley Businesswomen brought together representatives of 70 women's organisations from Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
New divisions are surfacing within the 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant', observers say, as mistrust of the group's leadership takes hold.
Officials are considering ideas such as establishing a duty-free zone and a tourism police force.
Search for Common Ground is using a new model to combat extremism and terrorism.
The government is trying various means to prevent youth radicalisation.
Police are making it a regular habit of checking attendance at schools and raiding internet cafes for youth skipping class.