Who are they?
Al-Rasheed Trust, Al-Akhtar Trust and the Ummah Tameer-e-Nau.
Why were they outlawed?
For financing and supporting Osama, the Jaish and the Lashkar.
What are they doing now?
Have opened relief and medical camps in quake-ravaged Kashmir. At places they provided assistance even before the army.
What's the government's response?
Says it is watching the extremists, but can't stop them from helping people.
What are the implications?
Build and widen their support among people. Donations could be funnelled to militant groups.