The decision came after rights groups filed a separate lawsuit in Argentina in which former democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi was personally named and further submission of a genocide case at the UN's top court.
Myanmar, which is not a member of the global court, has been accused of committing widespread abuses in a campaign against the Rohingya.
MHA said that the five Indian nationals, along with a Member of Myanmar Parliament, two local transporters and two speedboat operators, were abducted by the Arakan Army on November 3
Prime Minister Modi also conveyed to Suu Kyi about India's readiness to expand its socio-economic projects in the country's Rakhine state, months after New Delhi implemented a housing project in the restive province.
Myanmar's military in August 2017 launched a counterinsurgency campaign in response to an attack by a Rohingya insurgent group.
In India, more than 10 million people have been affected across Assam, Bihar, parts of UP and other north-eastern states, including more than 4.3 million children.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Deepak Gupta and Aniruddha Bose asked the counsel for parties to submit their written submissions in the meantime.
The military is locked in battle with the Arakan Army (AA), insurgents fighting for more autonomy for the region's ethnic Rakhine Buddhists.
Shristi Pukhrem, a senior research fellow at India Foundation, said the discussants agreed to further deepen their ties and work in a way so Yangon gains from India's Act East Policy.
Some 740,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar since a brutal military crackdown in 2017 against the stateless minority in the Buddhist-majority country.
The land where the port is proposed to be built has been leased from the Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC).
In a communication to employees on Monday, IndiGo's CEO Ronojoy Dutta said the airline would be looking at ambitious expansion in the international market and utilise around 50 per cent of its new capacity on that market.
Despite these and other achievements, the Rohingyas remain in an extremely precarious situation.
An estimated 6,00,000 Rohingya remain in Rakhine state, the UN official explained.
Knut Ostby, who acts as the resident coordinator for the United Nations, said in a statement he was "deeply concerned about the situation" and urged "all sides to ensure the protection of all civilians" and to respect human rights.
Myanmar's Shan state is now thought to be one of the largest producers - if not the largest producer - of meth in the world, feeding a growing market that stretches as far as Japan and Australia.
The militants stole scores of weapons and ammunition before army reinforcements struck back with two attack helicopters and infantry columns.
India's Hindu nationalist government regards the Rohingya as illegal aliens and a security risk. It has ordered that tens of thousands of the community, who live in small settlements and slums, be identified and repatriated.
Halting a simmering decades-long civil war could be a way to coax ethnic armed groups into a fractious peace process, which has been marred by continuous fighting in restive border areas.
The social media giant Myanmar's most popular and influential site has been lambasted for years for its ineffective response to malicious posts, particularly against the country's Rohingya Muslims.
The atrocities have driven more than 7,00,000 Rohingya from their homes to Bangladesh, bringing the total Rohingya refugee population there to nearly 10 lakh.
Kovind, who is in Myanmar to pursue India's high-level bilateral engagements under the rubric of the 'Act East' and the 'Neighbourhood First' policies, inaugurated the Fifth 'Enterprise India Show' here.
Kovind is in Myanmar on a two-city visit to continue India's high level bilateral engagements under the rubric of the 'Act East Policy' and the 'Neighbourhood First Policy'.
Kovind stressed that India's partnership with Myanmar is at the important intersection between friendship, neighbourhood and shared core interests.
President Kovind's visit to Myanmar will continue India's high level engagements with Myanmar under the rubric of 'Act East Policy' and 'Neighbourhood First Policy'.