He served as an editor of the Nirali Kitabain ( نرالی کتابیں ) from 01 February 1987 onward and then as an editor to Ibadat (عبادت ) from 1995 to 2010.
By nature Louise was attracted to literary pursuits and was a man of vast study and observation. Though he tried his pen in almost all types of literary endeavors, his main field of achievement was playwriting His first short story ever published was entitled Muhabat (محبت). He organized a literary society with the name Bazm-e Tamseel (بزم تمثیل ) in 1952, and from its platform his first stage drama Awaz ( آواز ) was played on 25 April 1952 on the stage of Bert Institute (Nach Ghar), Lahore. Thus started the series of his plays which popularized him as a playwright. His other plays that followed were, Fateh, Tooma, Roshni, Munnaji, Tees sikay, Noor ka zahoor, Bethaleham ka shahzada, Sera'ay kay bahir, Jab jab dukh kay badel chha'ay and several others.
His literary output and editorial services were recognized by other as is evidenced by the following awards that he received.
1.International Contest for Creation Communications Award, 1973 (Netherlands)
2. Radio Veritas Asia Award (date needed) (Philippines)
3. Nirali Kitabein Award, 1994 (Pakistan)
4. Adbi Virsa Award, 1994 (Caritas, Pakistan)
5. Tadeeb Writers Award, 2007 (Tadeeb Publications, Pakistan)
On 25th September 2011, after contracting dengue fever he died in Shalimar Hospital, Lahore, and was buried in Masishi qabrastan on 03 October 2011.
* Title given by Professor Vincent Pace Aseem Salibee (q.v.) (Ref. Tadeeb (Sept./Oct. 2011), Vol.10. Issue no. 05.