There are disturbing signs for one-stop shop for all information online Wikipedia and its distressing time for the questioning too. Seeing a turn down of around two billion page views between December 2012 and December 2013, the free online encyclopedia for millions of people around the world, Wikipedia, has lost just about 10 per cent of its page views, with most popular version English leading the go down with 12 per cent. Wikipedia that was commenced in 2001 is the world's sixth most visited website, with 523 million unique visitors last year, according to sovereign tracker comScore. Even as major versions are considering a decline in the page views, Indian languages' versions such as Hindi, Bengali and Malayalam have recorded an upswing at 34 per cent, 46 per cent and 36 per cent correspondingly. As compared to English, German and Japanese have seen a fall of 17 per cent and nine per cent. The advisor to the California based non-profit body Wikimedia Foundation, which administers Wikipedia, Jay Walsh as saying that "the data may hold anomalies". Observers blame the Wikipedia's page-views reject on Google's Knowledge Graphs project. Meanwhile, the number of times editing is made and the number of editors are also going down, may be due to mobile or smart-phone where editing facility is not existing.